Pantera’s ‘Vulgar Display of Power’ turned into graphic novel to celebrate 30th anniversary

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The 30th anniversary of Pantera‘s album Vulgar Display of Power will be celebrated with a new graphic novel.

The book, published by frequent rock world collaborators Z2 Comics, includes written and visual interpretations of each of the 11 Vulgar tracks. Contributors include Life of Agony‘s Alan Robert, Testament‘s Eric Peterson, former Fear Factory vocalist Burton C. Bell, and ex-Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley.

You can pre-order the Vulgar Display of Power book now via Z2Comics.com ahead of its expected September release. It’s available in a number of different packages, some of which include a bonus limited edition vinyl version of Vulgar with exclusive artwork.

Vulgar Display of Power the album was released February 25, 1992. It spawned the Pantera classics “Walk” and “Mouth for War,” and is the band’s best-selling record, having been certified double-Platinum by the RIAA.

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