Pantera post new song
2010-08-31 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 61 Comments

A previously unreleased Pantera track entitled 'The Will to Survive' is now available to stream from the band's Facebook page.

'The Will to Survive' is a demo taken from the 20th anniversary edition of the Cowboys From Hell album, which is scheduled for release on September 14.

http://www.facebook.com/Pantera?v=app_108468622525037

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Intothepit
August 31st 2010

1814 Comments


Wait, WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?!? Gotta go change my pants, hold on!

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


still cool + time capsule-y

RIP DIME

Digging: Kimbra - The Golden Echo

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


[img]http://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs042.snc3/12947_200969024696_19058419696_2775049_5629942_n.jpg[/img]

Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


A reunion from these guys would be interesting. Dime was good, but is he really this completely irreplaceable majesty of a guitarist? Come on.

loveisamixtape
August 31st 2010

5952 Comments


holy fuuuuuck

crowing51
August 31st 2010

3448 Comments


Oh yea this is really old. Queensryche anyone?

Not a bad song though.

Digging: Polyphia - Muse

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


yea sounds really queensrychy.

but still got chills. just love it.

Wolfgang
August 31st 2010

44 Comments


Jesuslaves, fuck you for saying that.

Dimebag IS irreplaceable.

OvrotLivesAgain
August 31st 2010

1497 Comments


Dimebag was a badass.

dminorshero
August 31st 2010

48 Comments


they took a riff out of that song and reused it in "this love". Dime Bag knew what was up.

Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


Jesuslaves, fuck you for saying that.

Dimebag IS irreplaceable.


So he came up with the Floods outro and like 15 cool and unique riffs. Awesome. Band could still reunite and be viable without him.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

31097 Comments


Band will never reunite, as i'm pretty sure Vinnie & Phil will never be settle their differences

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Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


I know, I'm just speaking in theory.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


Band could still reunite and be viable without him.


last i heard the bad blood was still bad...

Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


I know, I'm just speaking in theory.

misterhustle24
August 31st 2010

44 Comments


You may think that Dimebag is replaceable but their fans consider him a heavy metal legend and would shit bricks if they replaced him (which they'll never do). The only thing I ever see happening is maybe a few reunion shows or something where they get several big name guitarists to do a few songs each.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


i mean, if AiC could reunite + put out a magical record, im sure any band could...

Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


You may think that Dimebag is replaceable but their fans consider him a heavy metal legend and would shit bricks if they replaced him


Other than boo-fucking-hoo I really don't know what to say. Shitting bricks because a band you're a fan of is back together and making new music with a different guitarist? Kinda silly.

(which they'll never do).


I know, I'm just speaking in theory.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

31097 Comments


Way too much theorizing in this thread

Jesuslaves
August 31st 2010

4655 Comments


Way too much Deviant in this thread.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

31097 Comments


Way too much

crowing51
August 31st 2010

3448 Comments


I'm holding out for an Elvis reunion.

The Micheal Jackson reunion is right behind that one i hope.

bloc
August 31st 2010

34780 Comments


I have that issue of Guitar World

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blindsided21
August 31st 2010

146 Comments


"I'm holding out for an Elvis reunion."

"The Micheal Jackson reunion is right behind that one i hope."

Followed by Nirvana.

Counterfeit
August 31st 2010

17819 Comments


Nirvana is actually possible though.


Dryden
August 31st 2010

12928 Comments


nice avatar counterfeit

anotherdeadjuliet
August 31st 2010

263 Comments


"Dimebag IS irreplaceable. "

As a person, yes.
As a guitarist, no, absolutely not.

AsoTamaki
August 31st 2010

2525 Comments


If Anselmo wasn't an asshole, a tribute show with different guest guitarists would be cool to see. Never gonna happen though. Anyway, cool song. I hope there's more unreleased material to come if they are all of this quality.

XulOnerom
August 31st 2010

1818 Comments


As a matter of fact, Anselmo has gone out of his way many times in the past few years since Dime died trying to make amends. It is Vinnie who doesn't want anything to do with him.

And although Vinnie is a better drummer than Phil is a vocalist, Down is miles better than Hellyeah

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 31st 2010

28466 Comments


was going to write exactly what Xul just wrote...(first part)

linchpin313
August 31st 2010

813 Comments


If this band were to reunite, new guy would probably get shot by some Pantera loon.

AbrahamLincoln
August 31st 2010

82 Comments


phil is a much better vocalist than vinnie is a drummer.

crowing51
August 31st 2010

3448 Comments


Well vinnie is a pretty overrated drummer anyway.

ThePalestMexican
August 31st 2010

2816 Comments


Dimebag was more of a writer then a godly player

Counterfeit
August 31st 2010

17819 Comments


nice avatar counterfeit

thanks mang

Awesomesauce
August 31st 2010

1084 Comments


Dimebag was Pantera. A tribute show would be cool if Anselmo could stay off the junk for more than 5 minutes.

BallsToTheWall
September 1st 2010

44197 Comments


Bathory reunion is highly possible. Quorthon only wrote all the music.

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VicariousIntent
September 1st 2010

1593 Comments


Vinnie Paul is absolutely not an overrated drummer. I consider him one of the most influential drummers in metal. Any track off Far Beyond Driven could prove that.

KILL
September 1st 2010

71566 Comments


HOLY FUCK how did i miss this song rules so much omfg omfg

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KILL
September 1st 2010

71566 Comments


anyone notice at 35 secs the riff is out of this love so good

Phrike
September 1st 2010

1691 Comments


"Dimebag...

Irreplaceable..."

HAHAHAHAHAAA

Terrifyer
September 1st 2010

3403 Comments


Bathory reunion is highly possible. Quorthon only wrote all the music.
he plays for the metal warriors in valhalla now

dminorshero
September 1st 2010

48 Comments


Kill: I tried to create conversation about the "this Love" riff but all of these retards are talking about vinnie being overrated and dimebag being replaced.

Gmork89
September 1st 2010

5510 Comments


Welcome to sputnik ^

BigHans
September 1st 2010

26455 Comments


Holy Geoff Tate rip-off there Phil. Give me Vulgar era/Down Phil.

KILL
September 1st 2010

71566 Comments


nah this era was better POWER METAL!!!!!!!

Gmork89
September 1st 2010

5510 Comments


Gotta check this out, KILL seems like a happy camper about this.

Shady Ultima
September 1st 2010

4 Comments


The only person who Vinnie and Phil would be able to agree on is the same one 90% of fans would agree with, in terms of a re-union/memorial tour.

Zack Wylde. He already agreed to do it when Dime died too.

Mace
September 1st 2010

60 Comments


^I'd be ok with that.

BigHans
September 1st 2010

26455 Comments


Zakk could pull it off. He's manly enough to fit Dime's shoes.

Terrifyer
September 1st 2010

3403 Comments


if by manly you mean hes a fag then yea

BigHans
September 1st 2010

26455 Comments


Zakk could kick your ass

Gmork89
September 1st 2010

5510 Comments


Zakk would be a really good fit, no doubt.

Terrifyer
September 1st 2010

3403 Comments


he would stroke my ass

fr33convict
September 1st 2010

11687 Comments


When I read the title for this shit magically appeared in my pants.

Ruminations
September 1st 2010

128 Comments


I don't think Dimebag was the greatest guitarist, but I don't think anyone can reproduce his style.

SteelErectedb4you8er
September 1st 2010

2616 Comments


I agree with that. I mean, the riffs that Dimebag wrote for their songs don't necessarily sound too complex, but the composition of the songs with all the riffs in the song is something that I think would be hard to convey with someone else playing guitar. Granted, I am sure that he wasn't the sole part of the writing when it came to their music, but he had the heart/the drive/the passion within Pantera's music that to find someone to replace him would be hard. Passion trumps technicality in my opinion. Sure, they could find someone, but it won't have as much heart as what Pantera did with him.

greg84
Staff Reviewer
September 1st 2010

7365 Comments


I'd add stellar songwriting to passion, but you're right there. The song is quite cool.

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botb
September 1st 2010

9655 Comments


yeah dimebag was cool and all but idk, find another guitarist and stuff

leonwashington
September 1st 2010

42 Comments


pos'd

KILL
September 2nd 2010

71566 Comments


the will to survive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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