The anniversary edition includes completed remastered audio from longtime producer Terry Date as well as new artwork.
Pantera is giving their final album the 20th anniversary treatment. Celebrating the milestone for the band’s Reinventing the Steel, Pantera has announced a completely remastered version of the record by longtime producer Terry Date.
The special edition of the album will arrive October 30th as a 3-CD package. The vinyl edition will be available early next 2021, on January 8th.
In addition to the remastered audio and the brand new artwork, the release will feature a collection of bonus material featuring non-album tracks and covers including Black Sabbath’s “Electric Funeral” and Ted Nugent’s “Cat Scratch Fever.”
Coinciding with the announcement, Pantera has already released three-songs from the remastered sessions including ‘Death Rattle,” “We’ll Grind That Axe For A Long Time.” and “Revolution Is My Name.”
The 20th anniversary edition of Reinventing the Steel is currently available for pre-order – HERE