The List of Pantera Albums in Order of Release

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Having sold around 20 million records worldwide, Pantera is regarded as one of the most successful and influential bands in heavy metal history. They have released Nine Studio albums, Two Live albums, Four Compilation albums, Four Video albums, Eighteen Music videos, Four EPs, and Twenty Singles.

If there’s a single image that summarizes what Pantera were all about, it’s the fist throttling some poor sucker’s face that adorns the cover of their 1992 landmark album Vulgar Display of Power. The unapologetically defiant Texans were peerless in their personification of heavy-metal aggression both onstage and off. Prior to their 2003 breakup, Pantera unleashed a string of punishing and profoundly influential records that serve as the blueprint for groove metal, a uniquely American fusion of thrash’s violent shredder ethos and the greasy, rugged swagger of ’70s hard rock.It’s no exaggeration to say that just about every tune in their catalog—“Cowboys from Hell,” “Walk,” “5 Minutes Alone,” “F*****g Hostile,” “I’m Broken”—is the sonic equivalent of a bloody bar brawl.

This was very much by design. Founded in 1981, the band initially played glam metal before guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott and crew consciously pressed the reset button and began developing a whole new sound, one balancing extreme heaviness with ridiculously catchy riffs and hooks. It all came together for Pantera with the addition of singer Phil Anselmo in 1987; his menacing howl fit perfectly with the group’s growing experimentation with dropped-D tuning, bone-snapping breakdowns, and chugging rhythms. Their innovations, particularly Abbott’s idiosyncratic fretwork (of which Eddie Van Halen was a big fan), have since spread throughout heavy metal’s tangled genre tree. Sludge, metalcore, death metal, nu-metal, doom, and alt-metal have all sprouted countless bands inspired by Pantera, who achieved brilliance while leaving in their wake a trail of headline-grabbing controversies and tragedies (including the murder of Abbott barely a year after the band had called it quits). Their imposing legacy places them right alongside fellow giants Metallica and Judas Priest. So, if you are a die heart fan of Pantera Albums then check out here we have list of Pantera albums in order of release so far.


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Here is the list of Pantera Album in Order of Release Date:

  1. Metal Magic — June 10, 1983
  2. Projects in the Jungle — July 27, 1984
  3. I Am the Night — October, 1985
  4. Power Metal — June 24, 1988
  5. Cowboys from Hell — July 24, 1990
  6. Vulgar Display of Power — February 25, 1992
  7. Far Beyond Driven — March 22, 1994
  8. The Great Southern Trendkill — May 7, 1996
  9. Reinventing the Steel — March 21, 2000


All Pantera Albums List in Order

1. Metal Magic (1983)

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  1. Ride My Rocket
  2. I’ll Be Alright
  3. Tell Me If You Want It
  4. Latest Lover
  5. Biggest Part of Me
  6. Metal Magic
  7. Widowmaker
  8. Nothin
  9. Sad Lover
  10. Rock Out!


2. Projects in the Jungle (1984)

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  1. All Over Tonight
  2. Out for Blood
  3. Blue Light Turnin’ Red
  4. Like Fire
  5. In Over My Head
  6. Projects in the Jungle
  7. Heavy Metal Rules!
  8. Only a Heartbeat Away
  9. Killers
  10. Takin’ My Life


3. I Am the Night (1985)

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  1. Hot and Heavy
  2. I Am the Night
  3. Onward We Rock!
  4. D*G*T*T*M
  5. Daughters of the Queen
  6. Down Below
  7. Come-On Eyes
  8. Right on the Edge
  9. Valhalla
  10. Forever Tonight


4. Power Metal (1988)

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  1. Rock the World
  2. Power Metal
  3. We’ll Meet Again
  4. Over and Out
  5. Proud to Be Loud
  6. Down Below
  7. Death Trap
  8. Hard Ride
  9. Burnnn!
  10. P*S*T*88


5. Cowboys from Hell (1990)

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  1. Cowboys from Hell
  2. Primal Concrete Sledge
  3. Psycho Holiday
  4. Heresy
  5. Cemetery Gates
  6. Domination
  7. Shattered
  8. Clash with Reality
  9. Medicine Man
  10. Message in Blood
  11. The Sleep
  12. The Art of Shredding


6. Vulgar Display of Power (1992)

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  1. Mouth for War
  2. A New Level
  3. Walk
  4. Fucking Hostile
  5. This Love
  6. Rise
  7. No Good (Attack the Radical)
  8. Live in a Hole
  9. Regular People (Conceit)
  10. By Demons Be Driven
  11. Hollow


7. Far Beyond Driven (1994)

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  1. Strength Beyond Strength
  2. Becoming
  3. 5 Minutes Alone
  4. I’m Broken
  5. Good Friends and a Bottle of Pills
  6. Hard Lines, Sunken Cheeks
  7. Slaughtered
  8. 25 Years
  9. Shedding Skin
  10. Use My Third Arm
  11. Throes of Rejection
  12. Planet Caravan


8. The Great Southern Trendkill (1996)

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  1. The Great Southern Trendkill
  2. War Nerve
  3. Drag the Waters
  4. 10’s
  5. 13 Steps to Nowhere
  6. Suicide Note Pt. I
  7. Suicide Note Pt. II
  8. Living Through Me (Hells’ Wrath)
  9. Floods
  10. The Underground in America
  11. (Reprise) Sandblasted Skin


9. Reinventing the Steel (2000)

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  1. Hellbound
  2. Goddamn Electric
  3. Yesterday Don’t Mean Shit
  4. You’ve Got to Belong to It
  5. Revolution Is My Name
  6. Death Rattle
  7. We’ll Grind That Axe for a Long Time
  8. Uplift
  9. It Makes Them Disappear
  10. I’ll Cast a Shadow


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