Straight down are an all-star rock side task whose original lineup contains people from Pantera (vocalist Phil Anselmo), Corrosion of Conformity (guitarist Pepper Keenan), and Crowbar (guitarist Kirk Windstein, bassist Todd Strange, and drummer Jimmy Bower). Created in the middle-’90s when Pantera had been on a short break (between their Much Beyond Powered and THE FANTASTIC Southern Trendkill produces), the quartet’s users have been longtime close friends and made a decision to split up their downtime (therefore their name). The EastWest label released Down’s 1995 debut, NOLA, an abbreviation for New Orleans, where all of the group’s original users came from. Even though many assumed that this band would focus on outrageous, extreme metallic, it contained even more elements of traditional rock compared to the users’ usual rings (a prime impact of the group becoming Dark Sabbath). The recording eventually proceeded to go platinum in the us, but following a assisting tour covered up, small was noticed from the group; the users had returned with their full-time tasks, leading many to presume that Down had been a one-off. But Anselmo, Keenan, and Bower reconvened to focus on fresh materials in 2001, with Pantera bassist Rex Dark brown taking Strange’s place within the lineup. March 2002 noticed the discharge of Down’s long-awaited sophomore work, Down II: A Bustle within your Hedgerow. Another quantity, Down III: On the Under, adopted in 2007, including Anselmo and Keenan with Windstein, Bower, and Dark brown. This year 2010, the music group released a live audio/video arranged, Diary of the Mad Music group. Down IV made an appearance as some EPs, from 2012 with Down IV, Pt. I: The Crimson EP and carrying on in 2014 with Down IV, Pt. II.