Sixth studio album by Arlington, Texas's heavy metal heroes Pantera. Vulgar Display Of Power was originally recorded in 1991 at the Abbot bothers (drummer Vinnie Paul and guitarist Dimebag Darrell) father's studio, Pantego Sound. The album is filled with Dimebag Darrell's signature heavy riffs, and features powerful and aggressive vocals from Phil Anselmo. With Vulgar Display Of Power Pantera seemed to fill the void left by Metallica, who abandoned their thrash metal roots with the release of their self-titled album. Includes the songs: "Mouth for War," "This Love," "Hollow," and "Piss." Eleven tracks in all. Released by ATCO Records on 180 gram double vinyl in a gatefold sleeve.
- 180 gram double vinyl pressing
- also available in a money saving double pack with Cowboys From Hell
- music label: ATCO Records 1992 / 2010
reviewed by ratchet man 08/2015
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