Tag Archives: Phil Anselmo


Anselmo is a busy man

Philip Anselmo’s 2050th band, Arson Anthem, just put up their whole debut album for streaming on MySpace. It’s called “Insecurity Notoriety” and you can check it out here.

In case you haven’t heard of this band, an interesting thing to note is that Phil’s actually on guitar, while Mike IX Williams of EYEHATEGOD fame is doing the unintelligible screaming singing.

The CD will be released October 12th. Track listing after the jump.

Also worth mentioning is that Down’s “Diary of a Mad Band” CD is available for streaming here. It’s only until Sunday, October 10th, so hurry up, yo.


Phil Anselmo interviews some footballer

Former Pantera, Superjoint Ritual, Christ Inversion, Southern Isolation, Viking Crown, Eibon and current Down and Arson Anthem member Phil Anselmo recently did an interview with New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey for Housecore TV.

If you know as much about American Football as me, which equals nothing at all, you’re probably going to be bored watching the interview. If you do know your American Football, you’re probably going to be bored anyhow because you can barely understand Anselmo’s babbling but if you’re already bored right now (which makes sense because you’re reading this website), watch the interview after the jump.


Down to release 'Diary of a mad band' DVD

Phil Anselmo‘s Down are going to release a 2 CD + DVD bundle on October 5th. The DVD will contain live performances, as well as a documentary about Down’s comeback after Anselmo’s silent time after Dimebag’s death.

To view a preview of the ‘Diary of a mad band’ DVD and a setlist of the set, read on after the jump.

In other news, the name ‘Diary of a bad band’ was already reserved for an upcoming Metallica DVD.


Anselmo still talks about Pantera

Phil Anselmo talks a lot about Pantera and especially Dimebag lately. I don’t think it has anything to do with the re-release of Cowboys from Hell. Naaaaah, not at all.

Anyhow, Anselmo talked some crap about Megadeth in an interview with Mog Music Network but the most interesting part of the interview was this:

If Dimebag Darrell was alive today, I would guarantee with all my heart that we would have already been back together.

Read the entire interview here.

When asked for comment, Dimebag Darrell wasn’t available.


Anselmo kisses dead buddy's ass

In a recent interview Phil Anselmo (once again) praised Dimebag Darrell‘s guitar playing. He said “As far as heavy metal guitarists, rock and roll guitarists [go], there’s a lot of really good players out there, but honestly…” […] “I don’t think there has been a better guitar player than him before him nor after.”

Listen to the whole interview (if you can understand Anselmo‘s babbling) here.

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