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PANTERA Discusses The Making Of Vulgar Display Of Power On Its 25th Anniversary

Phil Anselmo broke a lot of chairs.

Phil Anselmo broke a lot of chairs.

On February 25, 1992, Pantera changed the course of metal music with Vulgar Display Of Power. Even in 2017, that album stands up to be ridiculously heavy.

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So Loudwire dug into the history and making of the album with the band's remaining members in the below three-part documentary, which any metal fan really ought to check out.

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