Cowboys From Hell review by Pantera

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  • Released: Jul 24, 1990
  • Sound: 10
  • Lyrics: 10
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 9.5 (179 votes)
Pantera: Cowboys From Hell
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Sound — 10
The sound on this album is incredible just simply incredible from one of the most heaviest bands on the earth. Dimebag has and will always be one of the greatest guitarists in the history of music. The guitar on this album was abosulutely astonishing and amazed me the whole this album was blasting. Vinnie is one great drummer I can tell you that much he is one of the best drummers in the history of rock and roll. So the drums were just flabbergasting okay. Rex Brown is one of the best bassists and he truely plays his heart out when hes playing it. The bass was really, really good it amazed me a lot.

Lyrics — 10
Phil Anselmo is one of the best songwriters in the history of music. His voice is soft in some songs, in a lot of them he sings like crazy and in some of them he growls a lot. I really enjoy the lyrics to the song Cemetery Gates because it speaks out to you in a really good way and I also like the solo in it its amazing.

Overall Impression — 10
Wow just wow this album cannot compare to any other album if any bands tried to do this. I dont have a favourite song on this album they are all amazing. I love every single moment of this album because when it plays it is blasting like crazy. I hate nothing about this album, I just love everything Dime's solos, Rex's bass, Vinnies Drums, and Pauls Singign make it all worthwhile to listen to the whole album without skipping any songs or stopping at any songs. If it were stolen/lost I am defenitely buying it again because this album is a masterpiece created by one of the greatest rock and metal bands to ever hit this planet earth.

24 comments sorted by best / new / date

    Blood Hawk
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    I've liked them since 2001
    Shredlet
    WTf is with the genre? it says the genre is rock! what? pantera is far from it! Mod correct it!
    Swamplord
    nothingface187 wrote: "I don't know his name, but he can belt everything from heavy growls to well anything." His Name is Phil Aselmo, goddamn boy, every metal head should know that!
    Ditto. Every metalhead should know pantera or hang their head in shame.
    ibanezguitarkid
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    my friend got me into pantera about 8 years ago.
    dimebag87
    OriginaLSyN44 : This album changed my life. Period. Dime was a god.
    Dime IS god!
    Vertigo-fly
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    Pantera are an awesome band! I have been listening to them for as long as i can remember, dimebag was a great guitarist and if people hear from him for dying, then at least they are getting into one of the best!
    we_respect_walk
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    hell no! you just go back to your hole and listen to some killswitch engage!
    we_respect_walk
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    hell no! you just go back to your hole and listen to some killswitch engage!
    Shredboy
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    Ive like pantera since 1997, and if someone likes pantera coz they are into dimmebag then so be it! wats wrong with liking a great guitarist and his band?
    fenderdude0071
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died... ya dude not true i was im 13 but my bro got me into this shit when i was nine
    matte1990
    I love pantera and Dimebags guitar skills..dimebag R.I.P and i will see you at the cemetary gates
    Rize
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    False. I'm only 15 right now, and have been a fan of Pantera for a long time, before Dimebag Darrell died. You should get your facts straight. Dimebag wasn't even in Pantera anymore when he died. He was playing with his new band, called Damageplan, at the time of his shooting, so Pantera had already broken up then. Get your facts straight and don't just be and uptight opinion pressor.
    AngryGuitarist
    Mckillswitch, i know what you mean, to be honest, alot more people like pantera now then they did back then, because of course, dimebag died. im 16 and hell yeah, i bought the great southern trendkill when it first came out when i was like what? 12-13? i loved the Cd. but i know what you mean nowadays with 14 year old punks that look like 12 year olds wearing HIM shirts and wanking off on guitars just playing random notes and listening to pantera because they feel "bad", thats not what the music is about.
    Terrify_Dmac
    I don't think they're quite metallica
    im pretty sure you mean metallica is not quite Pantera.
    bassplayer496
    I just bought this c.d from listening to these reviews, and it's great! I don't think they're quite metallica, but this is great! And I don't just know about pantera because dimebag died, but if I did, would that mean I'm not a true fan or something? ~Love, Dalas~
    ninja3
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    Been listening since 95'...so **** off
    Andrew_1017
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    damn straight. does that mean i can't be overwhelmingly obsessed with them right now? all the same i'm only 14 so i wasn't really there for the whole 90's era.
    Jaffaps2
    McKillswitch wrote: You people have only ever heard of pantera cuz dimebag died...
    if that was the case does it matter anyway?