Phil Anselmo doesn’t need an introduction so there isn’t even a point in trying one right now. However, in recent years he’s added more strings to his bow with the establishment of Housecore Records along with his forthcoming solo record. Now teaming up with crime author Corey Mitchell, Anselmo has
Check out Phil and Rex together with Anthrax doing Pantera’s “This Love” last night with a tribute to Jeff Hanneman at the end.
The longtime heavy metal frontman—now a part of New Orleans-based act Down—offers tips for making it in the rock scene, like playing free gigs and “ripping off 20 of your favorite bands”
The success of Record Store Day turns a lot of things on its head. The notion that everything has to be cheap and convenient – something we are taught over and over again – is thrown out the window. “It’s an anomaly,” as Kurtz puts it. “There’s nothing convenient about
Everyone gets old. Most of us get bitter, bored and ignorant along the way. Phil Anselmo, legendary frontman of Pantera and Down, has unexpectedly proven a welcome exception. Now in his mid-40s, Phil has reinvented himself as extreme music’s cool uncle, fostering young boundary-pushing bands via his Housecore Records imprint
By Alison Fensterstock, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune By Alison Fensterstock, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on May 17, 2012 at 3:42 PM, updated May 17, 2012 at 9:41 PM Phil Anselmo, the now elder statesman of the local heavy metal scene, celebrates the 20th anniversary of the ’92 Pantera album “Vulgar
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