May 16, 2004

Despite an official press release hyping SUPERJOINT RITUAL's appearance on this weekend's episode of "Headbanger's Ball" as an opportunity for SJR frontman Philip Anselmo to finally "set the record straight about PANTERA," Philip spoke only briefly about his former group while introducing the last video of the night, PANTERA's "Psycho Holiday". Anselmo's exact words on the air prior to closing out last night's show were as follows: "There is time for one more video, and surprisingly, to some of you, this is PANTERA. And I'd like to tell everybody, for once and for all — this is the last time I'm gonna say it... I love everybody in that band, I hold no grudge. They are extremely talented musicians, very very very likeable people, and they had to do their thing, we had to do ours. And this is PANTERA 'Psycho Holiday'. Thank you very much."

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