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Phil Anselmo Admits He 'Sucked' On Zakk Wylde Pantera Jam


06/05/2014
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(TeamRock Radio) Phil Anselmo says he "sucked" during a recent live performance of Pantera classic I'm Broken. The modest Down frontman joined Black Label Society on stage to perform the track and later said Zakk Wylde's band "played the f*** out of it" in New York last month. But it appears he wasn't as impressed with his own contribution.

On a YouTube video of the performance, a comment was posted by 'Phil' under the Housecore Records account. It reads: "Dear lovers and haters. I adore you all, and I must admit one thing here and now: my voice was fried.

"Too many reasons to list here, but I did the Down set, waited an hour, drinking and smoking reasonably, and basically, I sucked. I admit it completely, you are correct."

It appears Anselmo was responding to some negative comments from fans, and he did say that when he is properly rehearsed, he is capable of singing Pantera's post-Cowboys From Hell material.

More including video of the performance here.

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