"Mouth for War" is a song by American heavy metal band Pantera. It was first released on the band's sixth album Vulgar Display of Power and was the first single off that album. It was later released on the band's compilation album, The Best of Pantera: Far Beyond the Great Southern Cowboys' Vulgar Hits!
The song was released as downloadable content for the music video games Rock Revolution, and for Rock Band 3 alongside "Walk", "I'm Broken" and "5 Minutes Alone".
Also, a Midi Version of this song can be listen in Doom (1993 Video Game), Episode "Inferno", first map.
Phil Anselmo stated in a 1992 interview on Much More Music, that "Mouth for War" is about channeling your hate into something productive. This is evident in the lyrics "When I channel my hate to productive/I don't find it hard to impress".
The video shows the band playing the song to an audience. The majority of the video is shot in black and white, and a screenshot of the video was used as the cover for "Walk". It was directed by Paul Rachman who also directed all the videos from the band's first album "Cowboys From Hell" and the feature documentary film "American Hardcore."File Hashes