PHIL ANSELMO Ranks PANTERA Albums From Best To Worst


Former PANTERA frontman Phil Anselmo has ranked the albums from the legendary metal outfit as part of a new video interview with Revolver Magazine.

His list reads:

1. “Reinventing The Steel” (2000)
2. “Far Beyond Driven” (1994)
3. “Vulgar Display Of Power” (1992)
4. “The Great Southern Trendkill” (1996)
5. “Cowboys From Hell” (1990)
6. “Power Metal” (1988)

You can watch him rank records below.

During a recent interview with Eonmusic, bassist Rex Brown was asked if there is any chance for PANTERA reunion with Zakk Wylde on guitar, to which he responded: “It’s going to come up, and it wouldn’t be Zakk Wylde, I guarantee you that. I’ve just put it out there so we can get on past it.”

In a 2019 interview with Chile’s Humo NegroPhil Anselmo was asked if he would ever consider getting together with bassist Brown to perform PANTERA classics at a show.

“I’m open for anything,” he responded. “And Rex and I, we are in touch and we talk. We’re friends and everything’s cool. So, I keep an open mind – I keep an open mind. We’ll see in the future.”

Speaking about the possibility of a hypothetical PANTERA tribute tour with Rex on bass and Zakk Wylde on a guitar filling in for the late “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, he said: “Well, Zakk is a busy man,” he said. “He does his own band, he does stuff with Ozzy and all that stuff.

“We spoke about it maybe one time,” he continued. “And I think everybody – everybody – is… I guess they’re like me. Keep an open mind about it. We’ll see.

“But I know from all the hard work with THE ILLEGALS here to make those songs right, all of us, we would have to take time off and really practice together and get everything perfect. So it’s a lot of work. And I’m doing a lot of bands, man, right now. [But] if everything was lined up, I would do it – sure. F*ck yeah! Why not?”