For so many Pantera were a band that could do no wrong. The Arlington Texas quartet recorded what turned out to be their final album in 1999 with Sterling Winfield at the production helm as more of an assistant for Vinnie Paul and Dimebag Darrell than anything else. He’d later go on and do the
It seems only fitting that this weeks Vs. Tuesday is dedicated to Vinnie Paul. The former Pantera and Damageplan drummer who featured in super group Hell Yeah until the news of his sad passing from a heart attack at 54 earlier this week. Having already featured “I’m Broken”, “5 Minutes Alone” and “A New Level” from
As the tributes to Vinnie Paul continue to pour in, pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva has released a Grand Piano version of single “Revolution Is My Name” from the final Pantera album “Reinventing The Steel”. Not only is it a fantastic song, but it’s a phenomenal version. Rest in peace brother.
Pro-shot in full high definition, a full set from super group Hell Yeah at The House of Blues in Cleveland Ohio on their “Blood For Blood” tour in 2015. Featuring former Mudvayne frontman Chad Gray, former Nothingface guitarist Tom Maxwell, bassist Kyle Sanders, guitarist Christian Brady and of course former Pantera and Damageplan drummer Vinnie Paul. Set
Continuing the Vinnie Paul tribute, here’s a full set from Damageplan at Somerset on 28th May 2004. The band recorded a single album “New Found Power” before the death of Vinnie Paul’s brother and fellow former Pantera member Dimebag Darrell. We had the joy of seeing the band play the main stage of Download Festival
It’s with a heavy heart that we take a moment to pay tribute to Vinnie Paul. It has been widely reported that the legendary and highly influential 54 year old drummer from Pantera, Damageplan & Hell Yeah has passed away. Revolver Magazine is just one of almost every media outlet to carry a touching story