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SUPERJOINT Releases New Performance Video For 'F**k Your Enemy'

SUPERJOINT's new video for the song "Fuck Your Enemy" can be seen below. The clip was shot by Mike Holderbeast in New Orleans, Lousiana during the band's 2017 tour. SUPERJOINT's latest album, "Caught Up In The Gears Of Application", was released in November 2017 via singer Philip Anselmo's Housecore record label. The disc was recorded ...

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New Lineup Of EXHORDER Performs In New York (Video)

The new lineup of the legendary American thrash metal band EXHORDER made its official live debut last night (Friday, February 9) at the St. Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New York. Fan-filmed video footage can be seen below (courtesy of Chucky Browns Hood TV). EXHORDER now features founding members Vinnie LaBella (guitar) and Kyle Thomas (vocals) ...

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PHILIP ANSELMO: Why A PANTERA 'Reunion' Would Be Important To Me

During a recent interview with Full Metal Jackie's nationally syndicated radio show, former PANTERA frontman Philip Anselmo was asked why a hypothetical reunion of the band's surviving members would be important to him personally. He responded (hear audio below): "I discussed the fans earlier [in the interview], and as a guy who puts zero expectation ...

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PHILIP ANSELMO: Why I Loathe Guns

Former PANTERA and current SUPERJOINT and DOWN singer Philip Anselmo was interviewed on a recent episode of "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon". You can now listen to the hour-long chat in the YouTube clip below. Speaking about political division in the United States and the tendencies of people to isolate themselves within their ideological bubbles, ...

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Original PANTERA Singer 'Couldn't Believe How Harsh' REX BROWN Was On VINNIE PAUL In 'Official Truth, 101 Proof' Book

Former PANTERA singer Terrence Lee "Terry" Glaze says that he was surprised by how negatively Vinnie Paul Abbott was portrayed in Rex Brown's book, explaining that "if anybody deserves a break," it is the ex-PANTERA drummer. Glaze was the frontman of PANTERA during the band's early'-'80s "party metal" phase and sang on the group's first ...

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