In a brand-new interview with the East Valley Tribune, former PANTERA singer Philip Anselmo has once again reiterated that SUPERJOINT RITUAL is his priority.

"I just want people to realize that this is a (expletive) real band," he said. "I don't want them to think we're just going to disappear and be this precursor to a PANTERA reunion tour or something like that. It's not what I’m doing at all. It's the furthest from my (bleeping) imagination."

Anselmo says that he feels PANTERA accomplished everything he could have hoped for.

"You've got to understand, our third record was No. 1 on the (expletive) Billboard Top 200," he said. "‘We had six platinum records. For God's sake, maybe I'm just not the type to be asking for that much, but I think we more than enough gave a lot of ourselves and we were always, always loyal to the (expletive) fan base."


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