Top Ten Best Pantera Albums
The Top Ten
Cowboys from hell was a great album for sure hell there all good but vulgar is the best and right behind that is far beyond driven. I seen them play the far beyond driven album in chicago at the panel room. They had the best moshes right along with slayer these are difficult to do cause they all tear stuff up
Anyone who doesn't pick this should take a literal walk. I'm dead serious. It's the best damn metal album of the 90s.
Everyone will pretty much have different opinions on this list. It's not like a Megadeth list where 98% of the people vote rust in peace for number 1. All panteras albums are almost equal
Mouth for War... nuff said. That track alone makes it their best album.
They consider this one their first true album... and it has great songs like "Cowboys from hell", "Cemetery Gates", "Psycho Holiday", "Heresy", "Domination", "Shattered", "The Sleep", "The Art of Shredding"...
Every song on here is kick ass. And it's by far Anselmo's best vocals. Medicine Man is unbelievable. You can hear the Rob Halford influence. Personally I love all their albums. But this one is the best hands down in my opinion.
Not only is this their best album, I'd argue it's the best Heavy Metal album out there. I haven't heard anything like this and this was Pantera's peak.
Easily best pantera album the title tracks riff is arguably the best pantera riff ever
The heaviest Pantera album. I love cowboys from hell vulgar display of power and far beyond driven, but this album is probably my most listened to pantera record
Really? 4th place? Need I mention Floods, Suicide Note 1 and 2, War Nerve, Drag the Waters, basically the whole album?! This is metal at its finest, and Pantera at their most extreme!
I definitely think this album is gold, not that the others aren't. It's heavy, it's fast, it's powerful, plus it's got some of the best solos ever! Just listen to Great Southern Trendkill, 10's and Floods. The Great Southern Trendkill is definitely my favorite Pantera album.
A heavy but powerful album. You got some really extreme songs like the grey Southern trendkill and then you have some sombre and meaningful songs like 10s and floods
A mean, extreme, heavy metal machine. Might even be heavier than Trendkill.
Not sure if I prefer it over Vulgar Display Of Power, but it is definitely their heaviest album and beats Cowboys From Hell by a longshot. Still don't get why people don't think it has any sick solos, listen to Throes of Rejection..
This album honestly is my favorite. Cemetary Gates is my favorite song of theirs but besides Cowboys From Hell (title track) the rest weren't very good. Also 20 years old this year thought I would add that. 5 Minutes Alone and I'm Broken were two of their best songs both off this album.
Their heaviest album and where they finally perfected the Pantera sound. There are a lot of gems on this album.
Bought it the day it came out march 21 2000. Its still my favorite heavy metal album 14 years later. Ridiculously underrated. Great to hear Phil singing more. All 4 band members have said many times (darrell in 2004) that this album and/or vulgar are the best. The band took their time writing the album and it shows. Every song is heavy and groovy. brilliant record awesome tour (saw them 3 times). I urge those that dislike it to listen again. This is the album where they mastered their sound in my opinion.
Vulgar Display of Power>Cowboys From Hell>Reinventing The Steel>Far Beyond Strength>The Great Southern Trendkill
Not the best album in my opinion (Great southern trendkill is my favorite) but should be higher up due to the new sound it brought.
This album should be number 2 or 3 way better album than great southern and far beyond maybe just maybe even better than cowboys from hell
It's actually fairly decent especially when compared to Metal Magic and Projects in the Jungle.
Some of the songs are quite good.
Sounds like a mix between Priest and Shout at the Devil era Motley Crue.
This album shows how dynamic Phil Anselmo's vocals are before he started to growl since Cowboys from hell. Definitely an underrated album.
In my opinion this should be higher cause this is the one GOOD heavy pantera before they go groove.
This album got me into Pantera so... yes, for me is their best one.
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They've shown this even after the glam era since most of their albums also have thrash metal songs.
This shows that they can also make music that isn't groove metal
The best of the first three
How is this not above the glam?
I think it's a super underrated album terry glaze is amazing singer
Greatest hits albums don't count
Not as Glam as the first two albums, and has some elements of Speed Metal and Heavy Metal.