Pantera released their fifth album Cowboys From Hell in 1990. The band had spent the previous decade as a glam metal band. Once signer Phil Anselmo joined the band in the late 80s, the band started to transition away from the glam style they had been known for and towards a heavier, wilder one. CFH was the band's first major label release and was a complete rebranding. Gone were the flashy haircuts and bright colors, instead we now had heavier, more technical, more brutal songs and a bad boy image to boot. Cowboys From Hell has since gone Platinum and is regarded as one of the most important metal records of the 1990s. This vintage Pantera shirt from 1992, nicley worn in with a small hole near the backside of the shirt, lets everyone know you're a Cowboys From Hell fan loud and clear.