Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
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Priestmetal
April 28th 2006



542 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Ya i never listen to this album anymore.

f_u_c_t
April 29th 2006



1406 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

hands down my fav. pantera album.

calgone
May 13th 2006



48 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

good review
favorite song: floods

lost_profits
June 16th 2006



59 Comments


Floods is amazing. The outro is what I think sums up Dimebag the best.

And Alexi Laiho may be more technical but I grow tired of Children of Bodom after one or two listens. He's got no feel in his playing. If you want an overated band, look no further than Bodom.

south_of_heaven 11
July 24th 2006



5433 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Hey check it out. A borderline subar album to follow a very sh*tty album (Far Beyond Driven)
I was better off not buying this...it's not that good.

hellishreignxx0
December 21st 2006



3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dude, you know what, your a pussy, you know that? How the hell can you NOT have something for Floods? Floods is quite possibly the best song I have ever heard. The solo was voted #29 on the 50 best solos of all time. Once more, your talk of The Great Southern Trendkill pisses me off. The album was great, a symphony of Dimebag's fingers on a beautiful album. Plus, Phil's vocals on this album were appropriate to suit their genre needs. They changed their genre a bit to change with the times. In 10s Phil's primary objective was to sing the way he did, mainly to give it's vibe of "creepiness." Your just a pussy.

hellishreignxx0
December 21st 2006



3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Alexi Laiho sucks.

hellishreignxx0
December 21st 2006



3 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

And so does Merciful Fate. Fuckin pussy.

SylentEcho
February 6th 2007



1570 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

the 10's is one *** amazing track! holy ba**s, I went mad listening to it back in 2001.

WARPATH_88
February 6th 2007



514 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not my favorite pantera album, but definately great stuff here.

toadstoolman12
May 14th 2007



1 Comments


I grew up listening to metal around the time Pantera came out. In all honesty, I thought Cowboys from Hell was ok, until you got past Domination - then I thought it was a bit pants. (The Art of Shredding? Come off it)

I like about three songs off Vulgar Display of Power, and the rest reeks of cheese to me. I even thought this when it came out. As an album, I enjoyed Far Beyond Driven, and before you lambaste me for saying that its because it was the first album where they went out and did something a little different. Sure, "Good Friends..." is a shite song, and some are repetitive, but this was nothing different for Pantera, who'd always done the verse/chorus/verse/chorus/solo/chorus/end thing. If anything, the imperfections in this album make it better and a more challenging listen.

Trendkill, again, I thought was a move toward something a little bit more interesting. Bad vocals? Phil has always sung like that! And 10's isn't a ballad you moron. None of the songs on here are ballads. I actually think on this album Phil outdid himself on the vocal front. It was more honest and what you have to remember is that ever since Vulgar he's shouted and screamed.

I guess its all personal taste really. Nobody agrees with me when I say I thought the black album by Metallica was a bit poo... but that's another story

Mikesn
Emeritus
May 14th 2007



3709 Comments


Phil is one of the most annoying vocalists I've ever heard, tbh.

Altmer
May 14th 2007



5652 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Phil is a moose, this album is nothing special, but Dime rocks.

chimera908
May 14th 2007



713 Comments


I like what I've heard from this primarly Floods. Dime rocks as always. However I do think Dime is a bit overrated. I mean I'm not saying people like Malmsteen or Petrucci are better because they can play faster but I personally think somone like Chuck Schuldiner is much better at playing both techinical but extremely emotional solos than Dime was. Dime stills owns though, don't get me wrong.

ZePortouga
June 20th 2007



19 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album is my fav Pantera Album and to be honest, the albums I got tired of were Cowboys and Vulgar... with a few songs that I still love.

Pantera didn't go downhill or uphill, they just got heavier and followed their own path!

Their sound is unique, The riffs, the drums, the bass, the voice... Pantera is just Pantera!


There is no absolute master in terms of guitar playing... there isn't a fastest either because one can always claim that it isn't music what their playing... Dime was unique, harmonic Squeals, heavy groovy riffs, wonderfull soloing... that's him! Laiho? just another neoclassical guitar player as many others out there!This Message Edited On 06.21.07

Brain Dead
June 20th 2007



1150 Comments


Dimebag's solos annoy the poop out of me.

ZePortouga
June 21st 2007



19 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

No they don't... you're brain dead... they make you drool

LOL

Metalikane
November 1st 2007



851 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

This album is awesome.


rudolphhess88
November 2nd 2007



145 Comments


Living Through me is Pantera's best song!!. This album ranks just below Far Beyond and Vulgar

Slaytan
December 3rd 2007



1186 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

He was one of the best, my point was...

I find hes overated. People always talk about him so much, but their are way better guitarists out there.

Alexi laiho and the guy in dragonforce to name two.

Laiho and Dragonforce in general are overrated.This Message Edited On 12.02.07



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