Panteras final opus, Reinventing The Steel, represented a recommitment to everything the band loved about heavy metal. Released in 2000 at the peak of nu-metals popularity, the albums back-to-basics approach flew in the face of the trend and served as a potent reminder of the enduring power of primal metal. The album received widespread critical acclaim as well as high praise from fans, who voted the album as Album of The Year 2000 as well as voting the single Revolution is My Name Single of The Year 2000. The album also ranked No.2 on Guitar Worlds readers poll for Top 10 Guitar Albums of 2000. Panteras 9th and final studio album turns 20 this year and is celebrated here.
2LP - Double 180 Gram audiophile silver vinyl, featuring the new Terry Date mix on one album, plus eight rare bonus tracks making their vinyl debut on the other.
3CD - Newly remastered version of the original album and a selection of rarities. A major highlight is the new mix by Terry Date, the legendary producer who was behind the console for the bands previous four landmark albums: Cowboys from Hell (1990), Vulgar Display of Power (1992), Far Beyond Driven (1994) and The Great Southern Trendkill (1996).