NewsDecember 8, 2022 3:23 AM ET1,983 views

Volumes release cover of Pantera's "Rise"

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Official press release:

Los Angeles quartet Volumes have shared their cover of Pantera's iconic track "Rise" from the watershed album Vulgar Display of Power. The band is releasing their homage to the metal legends on the 18th anniversary of the death of guitarist Dimebag Darrell. Listen here.

Bassist Raad Soudani shared:

Members of the band, past and present, have been huge fans of Pantera. However, the inspiration to cover this song came lightly. I was at the gym, and Pantera came on shuffle. My thought process was, 'Pantera rules. It would be cool if Volumes covered a song.' Everyone else was down, and we went to work. We chose this particular album and song because the album is on its 30th anniversary, and 'Rise' speaks volumes to the culture of the world not only when it was originally written, but even today. It also rips. During the mixing process, we wanted to stay true to their sound, while implementing ours.


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anonymous 105 days ago

I have ear cancer now

anonymous 105 days ago

Retards and gays are stoked

anonymous 105 days ago

can we get a lower resolution pic for the article header?

anonymous 105 days ago

really went all out with the drums, doesnt sound like a midi track at all

anonymous 105 days ago

They missed the "Go" in the beginning. Drums sound ghey. Rick tocchhett and vodkaveins suck big hairy C O C K

anonymous 105 days ago

EZ Drummer is stoked.

anonymous 105 days ago

Liberal cucks who utilize preferred pronouns and hate Trump are stoked.

anonymous 105 days ago

Way better solo than ZakkTera

anonymous 104 days ago

We already have a Pantera cover band.

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