7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
An underrated classic,
This review is from: The Great Southern Trendkill (Audio CD)
Why is it that every favourite album I have is the bands (and most fans) least favourite? It always means that they devote no time to discussing it, or more importantly, to playing the songs live. Anyway, for me, this is the best Pantera work, as it encompasses every aspect of their brilliance of musicianship (Living through me), technical ability (suicide note part II), song writing (Floods), southern edge (The Underground in America) and sheer heaviness (the first three tracks!)
Written just before Phil's heroin overdose, this is probably their most darkest hour, but the music is perhaps more diverse than the previous three efforts, and since the tragic demise of Dimebag, a great testimony to the power they once possessed. A great album by the greatest metal band of their time.