Rex Brown Says To “Smoke On This” New Solo CD

Back in January, out at the NAMM convention in Anaheim, CA, I connected with my bud, Rex Brown, bass player of the legendary Pantera and most recently Down and Kill Devil Hill, and he had this glow about him. I said to him, “Rex, you look so happy! What gives?” …

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Interview with Kill Devil Hill: The True Revolutionaries

Those of you who follow me on Facebook might know that I’ve actually become pretty tight with Kill Devil Hill and former Pantera and Down bass player Rex Brown. The last time I saw Rex, he was promoting his best-selling book, Official Truth, 101 Proof. At the time, he …

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Interview with Rex Brown from Kill Devil Hill: Playing Cowboys And Indians

One of the most influential bass players for myself and countless others has been none other than Rex Brown from the mighty Pantera. The minute I heard “Cowboys From Hell,” “Domination,” “Primal Concrete Sledge” and “Cemetery Gates” back in 1990, I knew that I had struck audio gold. I needed …

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Interview with Down: Over And Above

It’s been a long road for Down. The loss of a dear friend and brother in Dimebag Darrell in 2004 and the ravaging of their New Orleans home base the following August left the band as a collective with little more than bone, nerve and sinew. The raw emotion and …

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