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At the time, Anselmo said times have changed and the flag shouldn't be paraded around anymore: “I think, really, where the use of the rebel flag or Confederate flag with us really came from was our love of bands like Lynyrd Skynyrd and whatnot and shit like that, you know.There was never a time when it was okay to promote hate without a little bit of the tongue in the cheek, you know?That's because Snoody got a Pantera "CFH" tattoo but also made sure to include a ripped confederate flag as part of the tattoo. TMZ reports that the Jackson family is not pleased with the tattoo, calling it racist and saying the tattoo "was strategically placed for all to see is an omen about his feelings toward African Americans." For his part, Snoody responded he's not racist because he's dating a black girl.Snoody said in an Instagram post that he "wanted this tattoo since middle school" and that it is not racist but represents southern pride. Technicalities of that aside, one has nothing to do with the other.
Of course, Pantera were long associated with the confederate flag, until the controversial racist shooting in South Carolina, after which all of their merch with the flag was pulled.
That’s a lifetime of influences — everything from U2‘s ‘Drowning Man,’ ‘She’s Leaving Home‘ by the Beatles, or even — this is gonna sound crazy — there’s a Fishbone song called “Pouring Rain‘ that’s beautiful. It makes for a very different listen, and I look forward to the conversation we can have when it comes out.”“Well, I wanna let this new Illegals breathe for a bit but the En Minor‘s been done for over a year now.
The core band is me, [Superjoint guitarist] Kevin Bond, [Down drummer] Jimmy Bower, Steve Taylor and [Down guitarist] Bobby Landgraf, but we’re gonna need some extra musicians at some point.
Had such a blast paying tribute to my all time favorite guitarist!
#dimbagdarrell A post shared by Michael Snoddy (@michaelsnoddy) on Ultimately, I do not think Snoody is racist, just completely misguided.