The heavy metal band Pantera released a boxset that includes the very limited edition screenprints to commemorate the recording party of ‘Cowboys from Hell‘ which was held thirty years ago.

To celebrate a special moment in the history of Pantera, the band came out with a new boxset which promises to the fans the unseen materials. On Instagram, the band shared the news that two versions of ‘Cowboys from Hell’ screenprints were produced.

In honor of the thirtieth year of ‘Cowboys from Hell’ record release party at The Basement in Dallas, Pantera presented two posters designed by Vance Kelly. The band also stated that the design uses many of the elements from the original flyer created by Dimebag Darrell. 

The main edition and the bone-white variant of the posters, both of them designed with a holographic sticker on the back of the prints for authenticity, were launched on the Iconic by Collectionzz website. However, the bone-white variant rapidly sold out.

Here is what Pantera said on their Instagram announcement:

“Available now on Iconic by Collectionzz! Thirty years ago today Pantera held a ‘Cowboys from Hell’ record release party at The Basement in Dallas! We’re commemorating the show with these very limited edition screenprints by Vance Kelly. The design uses many of the elements from the original flyer created by Dimebag Darrell (link in profile).”

You can see the Instagram post of the band below and check out the limited edition products here.