Psycho Holiday

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"Psycho Holiday"
Single by Pantera
from the album Cowboys from Hell
Released 1990
Format CD single
Recorded 1989
Genre Groove metal, thrash metal
Length 5:19
Label Atco
Writer(s) Pantera
Producer(s) Terry Date
Pantera singles chronology
"Cemetery Gates"
(1990)
"Psycho Holiday"
(1990)
"Mouth for War"
(1992)

"Psycho Holiday" is a song by American heavy metal band Pantera from their fifth album Cowboys from Hell.

Video[edit]

There was a video made for the song,[1] which is very similar to their video for "Cowboys from Hell" - in that it simply shows the band playing the song live to an audience. The video, much like the video for "Cowboys from Hell", was shot in a Dallas club called "the Basement" and directed by Paul Rachman.

Release and reception[edit]

Psycho Holiday was the third and final single released for the Cowboys from Hell album. The song failed to chart, however it is one of Pantera's most well known songs.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Psycho Holiday"   5:19
2. "Cowboys from Hell" (Live - Super Edit) 4:07
3. "Heresy" (Live) 4:48

References[edit]

  1. ^ DVD that accompanied The Best of Pantera