In January, Phil Anselmo came back to Shreveport - where his legendary career with Pantera began - with his latest side project, The Illegals. One question I kept hearing people ask was "When can we expect some new music from
Last night in California, the biggest names in Metal gathered to celebrate the heaviest music in the world. As in years past, the festivities got kicked off with a workshop from the masters giving out some tips and tricks and ended with a full blow, star-studded jam session of epic proportions!
"Walk Through Exits Only" is eight of the hardest, heaviest, most brutal songs you'll ever hear coming out of a set of speakers -- just what we'd expect from the Godfather of American Metal. And soon, Shreveport will get to hear it live.
Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror Film Festival is upon us! The Austin, Texas, music and horror film festival will open its doors on Oct. 24 and will not relent until Oct. 27. The fest is truly unique in its personality, and during Phil Anselmo's recent visit to our studios, the man behind the idea revealed everything we should look forward to from the fest.
What can you say about Phil Anselmo that hasn't been said before? Whether you love him or hate him, Phil is far beyond driven. He has been a part of some of the most legendary bands in metal -- Pantera, Down, and SuperJoint Ritual just to name a few. And now, for the first time in his career, he's released a solo album. Billed as Phillip H. Anselmo and the Illegals, the debut record is called "Walk Through Exits Only."
Check out my crazy interview with Phil Anselmo below.
The day has come! 'Walk Through Exits Only,' Philip H. Anselmo's highly anticipated solo debut with his backing band, the Illegals, is now available for streaming in full. Anselmo has also just released a pair of videos talking about his upcoming tour, along with instructions on how to conduct oneself while attending a Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals concert.
Metal fans in Greece were lucky enough to witness a collaboration of godlike awesomeness last night (July 1), as Slayer and Phil Anselmo converged onstage to perform a classic metal anthem. Slayer and Anselmo have jammed together in the past, notably during the most recent Metal Masters clinic, but the Greek crowd was still privy to a rare and pummeling performance of Pantera's 'F---ing Hostile.'
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