For two decades, Texas thrash/groove metal band Pantera released some of the genre’s most defining albums. Darrell“Dimebag” Abbott, who could make sounds with a guitar that no one had ever heard before, single-handedly laid the influence for much of the nu-metal music scene that would crossover onto mainstream radio in the late 1990s.
Pictured here is a collage of the band’s final five album covers, Cowboys from Hell(1990), Vulgar Display of Power(1992), Far Beyond Driven(1994), The Great Southern Trendkill(1996), and Reinventing the Steel(2000). Pantera officially disbanded in 2003, one year before Abbott was tragically killed while performing on-stage with his new band Damageplan.
Pantera Album Art collage
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