Any Down fans? New album coming out this month

Creeping Douche

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May 10, 2006
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Fcuk yes! the new album comes out Sept. 25 and it's called Down III Over the Under.
Their first two albums were classics (first better than the second) and I'm hoping that this one will be up there too.

This album was written with the band's anger about Hurricane Katrina in mind,
and Phil Anselmo's hurt over the loss of deceased Pantera guitarist, Dimebag
Darrell, and the bad blood between the two up until the guitarists death.





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pure_waves

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im looking forward to it, big pantera/down fan from way back. i hear theres copies of it floating around already.
 

Johnny Manf

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yeah i'm pumped to hear the new CD.
its good to hear phil is back in the music scene again.
 

Stormrider666

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I love the first Down cd and just started pieceing together the second one for my Ipod, so I will be looking foward to this one.
 

DanaReevesLungs

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Love Down...Stone The Crow was filmed in my hometown of Des Allemands, Louisiana at a bar (forgot the name) that has since been nearly demolished. The bayou scenes are from Lake Salvador and Lac Des Allemands. The house at the beginning belonged to a good friend of my grandmother. Wish I had known about the taping when it was occurring. I would have definitely checked it out. Met Phil years back at a haunted house he runs in River Ridge called House of Shock. Very cool guy but also a very drunk guy.
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DanaReevesLungs

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Love Down...Stone The Crow was filmed in my hometown of Des Allemands, Louisiana at a bar called Smile Inn that has since been nearly demolished. The bayou scenes are from Lake Salvador and Lac Des Allemands. The house at the beginning belonged to a good friend of my grandmother. Wish I had known about the taping when it was occurring. I would have definitely checked it out. Met Phil years back at a haunted house he runs in River Ridge called House of Shock. Very cool guy but also a very drunk guy.
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Deadbent

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Aug 19, 2005
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I'm Over the Under, and waiting for this album for like a good 8 months now.

As far as I can tell, there are no copies circulating around.

Sept 25th, I'll buy it regardless.
 
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I will buy this CD, but not expecting too much out of the self-destructing asshole Anselmo.

He's got so much talent and is slowly throwing it all away with drugs and alchohol.
 

MAV

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I will buy this CD, but not expecting too much out of the self-destructing asshole Anselmo.

He's got so much talent and is slowly throwing it all away with drugs and alchohol.
my thoughts exactly
 
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I like this one better than II, very Sabbath-y, it also sounds like Pepper had a big hand in writing the songs. It reminded me a lot of COC's Into The Arms Of God.