Power Metal (album)

Power Metal (Album)

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Power Metal is the fourth studio album by heavy metal band Pantera, released in 1988 through Metal Magic Records. It is the first album to feature Phil Anselmo on vocals, as part of a line-up which would last until the band's break-up in 2003.


The album showcases a style closer to thrash metal rather than hard rock, the latter of which formed the basis of Pantera's previous three albums; however, traces of glam metal can still be heard. Power Metal features some of the fastest tempos recorded by Pantera (Over and Out). Notably, Phil Anselmo makes his first appearance on vocals, having replaced Terry Glaze. Guitarist Dimebag Darrell (then credited as "Diamond Darrell") also performs vocals on "P*S*T*88".

"Proud to Be Loud" was written and produced by Keel guitarist Marc Ferrari and was originally intended to appear on that group's self-titled 1987 album, Keel; however, Keel would not record a version of the song until 1998. Pantera's version was used as the party song in the theatrical cut of the 2001 film, Donnie Darko, credited to "The Dead Green Mummies". IMDb. Retrieved 2010-05-27 The song also appears on "Trail to Doomsday", a MacGyver TV movie from 1994, as well as the film, , from the same year. Terry Glaze also co-wrote "Down Below", with an earlier recording of the song appearing on...
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