Unreleased Pantera song coming
Unreleased Pantera song coming
According to drummer Vinnie Paul the final unheard piece of music recorded by Pantera will be released on their upcoming reissue of ‘Vulgar Display of Power.’

Pantera officially parted ways due to personal issues in 2003, leaving fans screaming for more of the groove-metal mastery the quartet had provided for more than a decade. Unfortunately those fans would never get the next album they so looked forward to - guitarist Dimebag Darrell was tragically murdered in late 2004 making another Pantera album an impossibility.

In a recent interview with Loudwire, Pantera/Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul revealed that there is still one unheard Pantera song that will appear on the upcoming ‘Vulgar Display of Power’ reissue:

"The reissue has a song called ‘Piss,’ which I had forgotten about it. Some parts of it were taken for other songs, and at the time, it was the only song that did not make the record. In Pantera, we never had songs that didn’t make the record. If we were going to write 11 songs, then we’d write 11 quality songs."
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