Let's face it. When it comes to hard rock and metal, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has dragged their feet over the years with inducting some of the big names of the genre, so with that in mind, Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul says he's not confident that the groundbreaking metal band will have their named called.
Eight years, three albums, and countless tours after the band was created in the aftermath of Damageplan and Mudvayne, Hellyeah is ready to crack you over the head with their heaviest album yet, "Blood for Blood", due out on June 10th
Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul and The Winery Dogs are the primary guests on this weekend's edition of VH1 Classic's 'That Metal Show,' and Paul, once again, has addressed the oft-rumored talk of a Pantera reunion.
When history is revisited, this will be one of the key periods for Hellyeah. The band has undergone a lineup change, necessitated by their musical vision, and they've come out of the studio with the 'Blood for Blood' album, one of their most cohesive records to date.
Despite the tragic death of shredder 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott and the hostility held between certain members of the great Pantera, there has been rumblings of a possible reunion of the band for the past few years. Pantera / Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul hasn't been one to pioneer any sort of reunion, and while paying tribute to late Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman along with his late brother Dimebag, the drummer addressed the Pantera situation with a simple bat-away.
Phil Anselmo has been incredibly open lately about wanting to bury the hatchet with Pantera bandmate and Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul. Anselmo has repeatedly stated that his "door is wide open" for a reconciliation with Vinnie Paul, but in a new interview, the drummer reiterates that he simply has no interest in reconnecting with Anselmo.
The rift between longtime Pantera bandmates Phil Anselmo and Vinnie Paul has been well documented, but that hasn't kept Anselmo from offering olive branches to open communication in the media over the years.
One of the more popular Christmas songs this time of year is 'The Little Drummer Boy'. And after hearing it about 200 times over the past couple weeks, I got to thinking about all the unsung heroes of rock and roll, the drummers! So here is a list of some of the most sick and twisted drummer boys on the planet. And somehow, I get the feeling that most of these guys have stuffed a lot of stocking and dove down many dirty chimneys over the years...
In the early nineties Pantera were hitting their stride, and with the recent reissue of 1992’s Vulgar Display of Power’ twenty years later, it’s hard not to remember what an impact Pantera had on music during that era.
There have been a lot of shows rolling through Shreveport/Bossier lately, but if you live in East Texas never fear, there are some great shows coming your way including HellYeah on July 25th at Click's in Tyler!
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