We finish our review of Pantera – Far Beyond Driven. Episode 20! We made it! What will we think of the rest of this album? Why does Phil need the Sugarhole? Stay tuned for a good one!
Far Beyond Driven is the seventh studio album by American heavy metal band Pantera, released on March 22, 1994 by East West Records. Pantera’s fastest-selling album, it peaked at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA and by the Canadian Recording Industry Association.
Far Beyond Driven is the first album by Pantera where the band’s guitarist Darrell Abbott is credited as “Dimebag Darrell”, having changed his nickname from “Diamond Darrell” soon after Vulgar Display of Power was released.
Phil Anselmo – vocals
Dimebag Darrell – guitars
Rex Brown – bass
Vinnie Paul – drums
Terry Date – producing, engineering and mixing
Pantera – co-producing and arranging
Ted Jensen – mastering
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