Pantera’s 2000 swan song, Reinventing the Steel, stands as a favorite of both singer Philip Anselmo and bassist Rex Brown, boasting chest-thumping anthems like “Revolution Is My Name” and “Goddamn Electric.” Rather than kowtowing to the nu-metal sounds that eclipsed their “power-groove” in the metal zeitgeist, Pantera doubled down on their sheer force and pile-drove over the flavors of the month with some of the heaviest material in their catalog. It wasn’t so much a reinvention but a reminder of their eternal dominance.
This Revolver-exclusive “marbled white and southern flames yellow” variant marks one of the rare times the milestone album has been pressed on colored vinyl, and it comes with our 100-page Pantera collector’s issue that tells the story of the band through classic interviews.
Thicker than a standard issue of Revolver, the collectible magazine features a limited-edition Reinventing the Steel-era cover with photography by Joe Giron, embossed type and UV coating.
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