Song from Reinventing the Steel


Revolution is My Name Single Cover

"Revolution is My Name" is a song by Pantera from their album Reinventing the Steel. It served as the first single. It was also nominated as Best Metal Performance in the 2001 Grammys.



  • "Revolution is my Name"
  • "Revolution is my Name (Radio Edit)"

Single TracklistingEdit

Maxi SingleEdit

  1. "Revolution is My Name (Radio Edit)"
  2. "Hole in the Sky"
  3. "Immortally Insane"
  4. "Cat Scratch Fever"
  5. Revolution is My Name Music Video

Promo SingleEdit

  1. "Revolution is My Name (Radio Edit)"
  2. "Revolution is My Name (LP Version)"

Music VideoEdit

The music video for the song is a mix of various elements: between performances from the band and live footage, it also contains comical snippets of a sitcom-esque interpretation of the band's childhood, where the musicians are portrayed as small kids (with facial hair included) listening to Led Zeppelin and ZZ Top while jumping on the bed and playing oversized instruments. The video also includes flashes of the band's influences such as Black Sabbath and KISS.

The song's music video was voted as the 15th Greatest Metal Video of the 21st Century on Headbangers Ball in 2005.




Reinventing the Steel
Hellbound, Goddamn Electric, Yesterday Don't Mean Shit, You've Got to Belong to It, Revolution is My Name, Death Rattle, We'll Grind That Axe For A Long Time, Uplift, It Makes Them Disappear, I'll Cast A Shadow