May 9, 2002

PANTERA frontman Philip Anselmo has once again shot down the rumors that he is planning on leaving the band prior to the recording of the group's next studio CD. In an interview conducted last Sunday before DOWN's show at Odeon in Cleveland, Anselmo told WMMS' The Metal Show that "I'm not an ex-member of PANTERA by any means. I'm still in PANTERA. So when we get together, we'll get together. I'm sure we'll have some things to discuss and some plans of attack to work out, but other than that, I'm laying it to rest right here—I'm still in PANTERA as we speak."

To hear the above response from Phil in his own words, click here or visit the Music's Bottom Line web site at this location. The Metal Show can be heard every Sunday night from 10:00 PM until midnight via 100.7 FM WMMS.

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