Top 10 Best Pantera SongsThe list is self-explanatory. These are the best Pantera songs ever! Rest in peace, Dime.
Amazing riffs, and a one-take improv solo that kills... This is a must-have for any metalhead, along with pretty much everything else Pantera did. Rest in peace, Dimebag... We miss you.
Anselmo's mesmerizing vocals define the song. They're just that great. Dimebag's guitar produces possibly one of the greatest guitar solos ever.
Simply amazing. I always get the chills whenever I listen to it, but those of the good kind.
I love all Pantera. They are awesome, but I think that since this is the song that made them break into the mainstream, it should be number 1. Also, this song is just kick-ass. The second-best guitar solo by Dimebag, the first being Walk, but everything else, such as the riff and the vocals, are so much better.
Dimebag... Amazing guitar riffs and solo... Pantera rules... Simply a masterpiece... Simply awesome...
Nothing better than this song. Too bad they're no longer around, damn selfish fan that took Dimebag away from us.
Cemetery Gates and CFH are well justified in their spot in their own right, but there is something about Walk that sets the tone for the band itself. The attitude, the slamming guitar riff, and Phil's vocals make it my personal favorite, and it's the song that got me into Pantera in the first place.
The distorted riff is so simple, yet so catchy at the same time. The lyrics are also easy to relate to, with an important message to take from it. Pantera's best work for me.
The intro is unbelievably awesome, and the solo is incredible. Vocals are great. Every time I hear this song, it pumps me up. This should be number 1!
Floods is the best song by Pantera, in my opinion. It has a chilling vibe but also captures you and takes you for a ride. It hits you with a chilling intro, then tells you a chilling story through and through. Afterwards, you get hit with the first part of a very powerful breakdown (surprisingly, I only saw one comment on it), then a serenading solo that leads to the second part of the breakdown, and it finally finishes off with the outro, which is the best part of the song.
Make this no. 1! It's perfection at its best. The clean, twangy guitars in the intro and the vocals just make it magic to hear. It's written in stone that you shall have an eargasm while listening to it. And the solo is the BEST I've ever heard! Dimebag went full amazing there!
I think it synthesizes what Pantera was, with this chilling intro, followed by Anselmo's powerful voice in the end of its days... Big solo, powerful breakdown, touching outro.
I think Floods is the best they did.
Don't bother searching for a heavier, grimier song than this. Easily the best riff, and one of the best choruses you will ever hear from Pantera. Needs to be higher. Definitely deserves to.
One of the heaviest and greatest songs you will ever listen to. I literally want to mosh every time I hear it.
One of the heaviest songs of all time. Gets me pumped up to do whatever it is, whether it's running or tying my shoes!
I love it. I crank my stereo up so loud the cops always tell me to turn the music down. I tell them to "f off" and crank up some more. Thanks, Pantera, your music makes me turn into a bloody off-tap bully bastard. Rock on? Damage.
This song pumps me up every time I listen to it. Brutal song, easily one of Pantera's best works. Dimebag's solo is amazing.
So glad this song is the first song to play on the Vulgar Display of Power album. It gets me so pumped whenever I listen to it.
"Too young for one's conclusion
The lifestyle won
Such values you taught your son
Look at me now
Phil + Dime = perfection!
First song I've ever heard the Scream Vocal Method done! I don't think it gets much better than this! Long live Diamond Darrell!
My favorite Pantera riff. The groove mixes well with Phil's powerful vocals.
Hands down one of the best songs in the history of metal. Each part of it is just a masterpiece on its own. The killer riff, Anselmo's fierce vocal delivery, and great lyrics (Binds are like steel and manipulates the will to be... Soon we'll forget as there's nothing else left to destroy), amazing rhythm section by Rex and Vinnie, and that mind-blowing, finger-breaking solo from Dime. And after all that, witnessing the heaviest and most brutal piece of audio man has ever made: that SICK BREAKDOWN. The live in Moscow version can easily be crowned as one of the best metal performances in history, not if said it's the best.
R.I.P. Dimebag, your genius, creativity, and virtuosity will be remembered forever.
This is the first song that I heard from Pantera 18 years ago, the Moscow live video. Since that moment, it has become my favorite song and my favorite band. Good memories.
This is the best song that Pantera has ever made. This song is fast, has great vocals from Phil Anselmo, and best of all, has an amazing guitar solo from Dimebag Darrell. The fact is that Cemetery Gates should not even be close to number one, but there it is. I'd have to say that Cowboys From Hell and Walk are in the right place on the list. R.I.P. Dimebag Darrell.
How is this 13? This song has everything Pantera is good at: killer grooves, thrashy tone, insane vocals, and an awesome instrumental. To me, this is a defining Pantera song and should be placed way higher than 13. It should be in the top 5, in my opinion.
Pure rage and power. Stimulates your heavy metal senses! Will and still is kicking every other band's asses!
In only 4 seconds you feel the power and rage!
Yes. My favorite, other than Cemetery Gates. These people have amazing taste in bands. I love the whole song from start to finish. The frontman, Phil, is something to be respected.
I absolutely love it when a song is taking it slow and with such feeling, and then BAM, they hit you with some sick heavy riff!
Amazing drumbeat starting from low to high, which makes the headbangers' party go crazy like hell.
You posers want to look tough by voting for all the heavy stuff. If you even paid attention to the lyrics and how Phil screams this song out, this song would be number one. It's got the heart, and the balls to say, "Hey, I'm allowed to cry too. My best friend is dying here, and there's nothing I can do about it." It's not about the heavy riffs, even though Pantera was the heaviest out there. It's about how the music grabs you, and if Hollow doesn't grab you, you're just another poser.
Possibly my favorite Pantera song. Such a sad song, full of emotion and feeling! I'm a sucker for any song that starts off relatively slow and then just kicks into high gear!
Most special song by them. The "my best friend" and "we seemed like brothers" parts of this song almost feel like Phil wrote a song for Dime's death before it happened.
Greatest song on their greatest album. I own all 9 albums plus the live album. Awesome intro, tons of killer riffs, 2 great solos, and some of Phil's best vocals of his career. Love the switch from yelling to screaming to singing. Brilliant song. Great live too.
This song has to be higher. This song is Dimebag. The lyrics are completely true for any metalhead, and it's just amazing. Yeah, Pantera has a lot of other good songs, but this one is the best.
The breakdown solo just has the perfect combo of screaming guitar and thunderous bass.
This is a tough list to do. I love them all. But I remember when this album came out, laugh out loud. Wish they were still tearing it up. I saw Far Beyond Driven at the panel room in Chicago when I was younger. Them and Slayer have the greatest moshes. Pantera is the greatest ever. RIP Dime. We miss you.
Probably Pantera's most complex song, which is probably why it was rarely played live. The bass line is beyond sick.
One of Dime's most chaotic solos is in this song. Also, the main riff is crushing.
Killer song through and through! Best off of the Southern Trendkill album, classic Pantera!
This is their best song. #1, please.
Powerful and awesome!
I listened through all of Pantera's albums in one very long sitting. There was one song that stood above the rest: "Slaughtered." The opening riff/verse is like a jackhammer, the chorus riff is like a chainsaw, and the interlude is like being surrounded and shot at by a firing squad armed with a vast assortment of different guns. There is no solo, and for this song, and this song alone, that's a good thing. This is basically Texas Chainsaw Massacre the song.
This was always my second favorite Pantera song behind Hostile. I can't figure out why it's so unrecognized by fans. It has the best chorus by far!
I think Phil's voice doesn't get more raw than this! Also, the riff is crushing!
That drumming has got to get anyone headbanging in their living room!
31, are you serious?! This needs to be in the Top 10!
The pain spreads and flows...
People keep voting for hit songs that were accepted on MTV. That doesn't mean these songs are their best songs. Listen to the structure of this song, the melodic intro, the amazing solo, the deep lyrics about responsibility...
This song really shows off Phil's powerful and dynamic vocals. The rest of the guys are obviously the best at what they did and still do to true metal heads today. Amazing song.
Underrated song off the album. It has a chilling acoustic riff in the intro, as well as one of Dimebag's best guitar solos ever!
Maybe one of the greatest songs in history. It deserves at least top 3.
Such a brutal song.
Easily one of the top five songs. Super fast shredding, ripping vocals, and just an awesome overall rhythm. Why is this rated as low as it is?
This song single-handedly turned me from a Pantera hater to a Pantera fanboy. That drumming groove is ingenious, and Dime's riffing (especially in the breakdown) is brilliant!
Pantera's most underrated song. Deserves a top 5 spot.
Awesome opening and continuing riff. The vocals work really well with the groove and flow. An easily overlooked song.
This song is so amazing and crazy! Only maniacs can write things like this.
Amazing song! The riff and vocals are epic.
My top 3:
1. Cowboys From Hell
3. Psycho Holiday
What a truly epic metal song. So heavy and hard-hitting, yet so underrated. If you haven't heard it yet, I suggest you check it out immediately. Plus, the ending is part of the unreleased song Piss. What a great damn song.
Very underrated song. True metal in this song and never fails to get my head banging.
This should be in the top ten. People will always call this an "honorable mention," but really it beats out most of the current top ten.
Are you kidding me? I just don't get why people don't like this song. I know it's not Walk or Cowboys from Hell, but this is at least top ten.
Best drumming of Vinnie Paul here.
Definitely one of the more underrated tracks they've ever played. Especially once you hear that solo, tell me that it isn't one of the most kickass things ever.
Great rhythms and groovy riffing!
Of all the Pantera songs, and there are a lot of them, this one has the lyrics, the message, and the heavy riffs that go perfectly together. If you are a Pantera fan, then you know the very first note of this song invokes what this band is all about.
The most underrated song. Vulgar Display of Power was their best album, but whoever said it was their only good album is on crack. The list should look like this: 1) 10's, 2) Shedding Skin, 3) Cowboys from Hell, 4) Cemetery Gates, 5) This Love, 6) Domination, 7) Walk, 8) A New Level, 9) Death Rattle, 10) I'm Broken. But it's just my opinion. All their songs are badass.
I'm surprised this song was actually used in Dragon Ball Z at one point. Probably a song to introduce anime fans to Metal if you ask.
Onto the song itself. It's pretty good, and it's a showcase for Anselmo's vocal range. I also like Dime's cranky guitars in the solos.
Personally, the sickest Pantera song of all time! The emotion pours from this song! Love it! There's nothing in the WORLD like a Dimebag solo! R.I.P. dime!