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We are so sad and disappointed to hear that Christina Grimmie was gunned down the same way that Dimebag Darrell was.

After Dime’s murder, we all prayed that our industry (i.e. club owners & promoters) would do whatever they needed to do to protect artists from gun wielding fanatics. Sadly, that’s…

From Rolling Stone Magazine: Hear Hellyeah Cover Phil Collins With Lost Dimebag Darrell Guitar Performance

Heavy metal supergroup Hellyeah had finished recording the basic tracks for fifth album Unden!able when they started throwing around ideas for a cover song to add to the mix. Guitarist…

Vinnie Paul speaks out about his upcoming show at Rock On The Range in Columbus, Ohio. It’s his first time playing there since Dimebag Darrell’s death in 2004.

“It’s taken me a long time to really get in the right headspace to where I feel like it was time to do it. And it wasn’t anything specific; we’ve…

Reader: Pantera is better than your favorite band

No argument here. An informative read for the new Pantera fans, a great trip down memory lane for the lifelong Cowboys and Cowgirls From Hell. Originally posted on citypages.com here….

Pantera fan has her tattoos displayed in her local paper.

This story is from a newspaper in Croatia. We posted Martina Jelic’s leg tattoos a few months ago. Here’s a link tot he story on the website: http://www.zadarskilist.hr/clanci/30032016/osam-godina-i-vise-od-120-sati-rada-na-tetovazi

Pantera got mentioned at the 2016 Academy Awards

Pantera just got mentioned on the Oscars! And The Big Short won for best adapted screenplay. #metalistakingover #thebigshort #pantera Posted by Pantera on Sunday, February 28, 2016

Pantera’s second major release; “Vulgar Display Of Power” turns 24 today!

From Wikipedia: Vulgar Display of Power is the second major label and sixth overall studio album by the American heavy metal band Pantera, released on February 25, 1992 through Atco…

Loudwire posts their “Top 90 Hard Rock + Metal Albums of the 1990s”. All of Pantera’s studio releases in the 90’s made the list

The ’90s were one of the most fascinating decades in rock and metal, widening the gap between the two genres and putting fans on opposing sides, either clinging to their…

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