|Most Redneck Review Of All Time|
"Phil sounds like he can kick some ass because he actually could kick some serious ass. If you do some research, there is a famous story about Phil kicking an entire band's ass in a public bar because some dudes were messing with his friend. I seen Phil on this tour, and he *was* stronger than all."
Reinventing the Steel
"And the old school thrashers who were stuck in 1985 couldn't stand to watch a new generation rise and see their own era eclipsed. Hey, the world keeps turning. If the younger folks get inspired and create something new and exciting, don't hate it just because it's new."
Cowboys from Hell
"It's so consistent it's like every song is a chapter of the same book, which might as well be called 'I'm gonna tear your head off and shit down yer neck.' Yeah, it's fucking repetitive. About as repetitive as a severe beat down of the biggest asshole in the world. Every hit is like a triumph. Every scream is spit in the face of everyone who thought we were behind the times for digging Metal in 1991. I'm sorry Mr 80s Exodus fan."
The Great Southern Trendkill
"Sure, they probably inspired some of it in hindsight, but Machine Head and Biohazard milked the cliches pretty obviously, while Pantera just did their thing and it happened to fit with what a bunch of meat heads wanted to embrace."
Far Beyond Driven
"'Vulgar' blew Pantera up and basically was the beginning of the end for me personally, with this band. However, I will always maintain that this is a complete metal classic and contains every quality of a classic album."
Vulgar Display of Power
"This album is like a truck going 110 on the freeway. You better hop on or get outta the way."