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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (February 2007) "Hollow" Single by Pantera from the album Vulgar Display of Power Released 1992 Recorded 1991 Genre Heavy metal, groove metal Length 5:48 Writer(s) Pantera Pantera singles chronology "This Love" (1992) "Hollow" (1992) "Walk" (1993) "Hollow" is a song by the heavy metal group Pantera from the 1992 album Vulgar Display of Power. A live medley of "Hollow" and another Pantera song, "Domination", is featured on Official Live: 101 Proof as "Dom/Hollow". Contents 1 Lyrics 2 Song structure 3 Release and reception 4 Charts 5 Track listing Lyrics The lyrics are a reflection on a friend who has slipped into a comatose or vegetative state. The band has never indicated that the lyrics were written about any real person. Song structure The song is the last on the album and starts off with a harmonized electric guitar riff, with an electric guitar with a chorus effect in the background. Phil Anselmo's voice is much softer in the beginning of this song, as opposed to the rest of the album. The vocals are very reminiscent of another hit ballad by Pantera, "Cemetery Gates". The song starts with a medium tempo and continues until the middle. Preceding a short solo by Dimebag Darrell, there is a short breakdown and the song continues with more intense heavy riffing and drumming and a more aggressive growl from Anselmo. Release and reception The song was released in 1992 as the bands third single for Vulgar Display of Power. Charts Chart (1992) Peak position UK Rock Songs 6 U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks 17 Track listing "Hollow" (single edit) "Hollow" (LP version) v · d · ePantera Vinnie Paul Abbott · "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott · Rex Brown · Phil Anselmo Terry Glaze Studio albums Metal Magic · Projects in the Jungle · I Am the Night · Power Metal · Cowboys from Hell · Vulgar Display of Power · Far Beyond Driven · The Great Southern Trendkill · Reinventing the Steel Live albums Official Live: 101 Proof Compilations Far Beyond the Great Southern Cowboys' Vulgar Hits! EPs Walk · Alive and Hostile E.P. · Hostile Moments Singles "Cowboys from Hell" · "Cemetery Gates" · "Psycho Holiday" · "Mouth for War" · "This Love" · "Hollow" · "Walk" · "I'm Broken" · "Planet Caravan" · "5 Minutes Alone" · "Becoming" · "Drag the Waters" · "Suicide Note Pt. I" · "Floods" · "Where You Come From" · "Cat Scratch Fever" · "Revolution Is My Name" · "Goddamn Electric" · "I'll Cast a Shadow" Videos Cowboys from Hell: The Videos · Vulgar Video · 3 Watch It Go · 3 Vulgar Videos from Hell Side projects Arson Anthem · Damageplan · Down · Gasoline · Necrophagia · Rebel Meets Rebel · Southern Isolation · Superjoint Ritual · Viking Crown Box sets Driven Downunder Tour '94 – Souvenir Collection Related articles Discography · Terry Date This metal song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e