While Pantera fans would love to see some kind of reunion, whatever rifts that exist between bandmembers don't appear to be healing. In the meantime, there are still some options for metal fans, including Hellyeah.
We here at 99X like to party hard. So, there's a LOT of things that are kinda fuzzy: concerts, parties, Monday nights at Action Central...and I have a feeling there are a lot of things you can't remember either
Check out my exclusive interview with Phil from Down, Pantera, Superjoint Ritual to name a few...Phil will be playing tonight at the Municipal Auditorium with Down along with special guest Haarp and it will be the last show for River Blindness
Pantera are one of the very few bands whose power and influence has remained legendary for decades. As Pantera consistently remain one of the most discussed bands in metal history, the subject of a partial reunion comes up fairly regularly. However, the question remains — who would fill the spot of the late, great “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott?
I am a big fan of strippers. Why? Because they are the only women I can get to touch my penis on a regular basis. But, that's not really the point of this post. My point is that I go to the strip club a lot and I hear a lot (A LOT!) of crappy rap music. I mean, there are a few good rap songs that are good for the strip club, but most of them are pure crap.
Tonight's CockFight will feature two of the heaviest bands on the planet right now, HellYeah and Kill Devil Hill. It also has two members of THE hardest band to EVER walk the planet Pantera facing off against each other
It's been a crazy couple of months here at 99X. Between attacking bands and having them attack us, we've had some pretty killer shows... X-Fest 2012 featuring Staind and Halestorm, Crowbar, Prong, Shadows Fall, Shinedown, Art of Dying ect. have all come to town in
We've been playing a lot of Southern Rock here lately. A lot. HellYeah, Pantera, Crowbar, Texas Hippie Coalition, DOWN, etc. So, I figure it's about time we keep up the Southern trend here on the webpage
Since lost tracks always seem to surface just before a band is ready for a reissue or a “special edition remaster,” they’re often rightly looked upon with suspicion. But Pantera proves sometimes the reason a song doesn’t make an album is that it simply didn’t play nicely with the other tracks.
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