Pantera release new live album

2014-03-26 by user Futures has been harassing me in my shoutbox for the pa | 17 Comments
In correlation with the 20th anniversary re-release of Far Beyond Driven, as of
Monday, legendary thrash metal group Pantera have released a second live album. Titled
Far Beyond Bootleg, which captures the band's performance from the 1994 Monsters of
Rock festival at Donnington Park, England, where they played on the main stage.
The album is actually bundled with the aforementioned Far Beyond Driven LP, which has
also been remastered, and was made available just yesterday, but a stand-alone version
of the live performance has also been released.

Both albums are available for purchase at iTunes and streaming on Spotify:

Far Beyond Driven: 20th Anniversary Edition - [a]https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/far-
beyond-driven-20th-anniversary/id838351582[/a]

Far Beyond Bootleg: Live from Donnington '94 - [a]https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/far-
beyond-bootleg-live-from/id838387873[/a]

Phil Anselmo reflects on the concert in question: [a]https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=3jynn5DTRuY[/a]

Tagged: Pantera

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Uranium
March 26th 2014
7489 Comments


how is this even

wat

KILL
March 26th 2014
77877 Comments


m/ -=rip dime=- m/

Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
March 26th 2014
8231 Comments


I'm far beyond caring at this point

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progressivetrex
March 26th 2014
75 Comments


Shitty band.

MrAlvarado
March 26th 2014
10 Comments


Cool. I might check this out.

Mabbitt
March 26th 2014
1477 Comments


I guess a live album is better than trying to squeeze new songs out of old recordings

Puckoff
March 26th 2014
96 Comments


Shitty band.

-No one cares about your opinion guy

FadedSun
March 26th 2014
1536 Comments


"I'm far beyond caring at this point"

lololol

Epilogue
March 26th 2014
1691 Comments


PANTERA HAS DOES AND ALWAYS WILL CRUSH HARDER

Wadlez
March 26th 2014
4886 Comments


I prefer Panera

Froot
March 26th 2014
1908 Comments


Added a link to a video about Anselmo talking about the Monsters of Rock performance.

joesmoe4000
March 26th 2014
519 Comments


this band is meh ripped their sound off from Exhorder and didn't sound near as good

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demon of surveillance
March 26th 2014
890 Comments


will the maggots be playing dimebag's guitar part?

progressivetrex
March 27th 2014
75 Comments


No one cares about your opinion guy

- You seem to care, because you replied.


protonjon
March 27th 2014
110 Comments


I'm looking forward to this. 'Official live: 101 proof' slays harder than any other live album.


Davil667
March 27th 2014
1609 Comments


F*CK THE WORLD
FOR ALL IT'S WORTH

PANTERA4EVER m/

xaml
April 4th 2014
12 Comments


"You seem to care, because you replied."

And caring is a good thing, I don't know why certain people these days seem to allow themselves or are unable to avoid to be manipulated into thinking otherwise, mutating into these destructive wannabe-tough creatures.
The point being that you should refrain from posting if all you are going to post is some miserable and insignificant form of comment just because the internet allows you do to so at the pressing of a button.



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