A video of a baby headbanging to the Pantera classic "Fucking Hostile" has been making the rounds on the internet this week.
Rex Brown has announced that he is no longer a part of Down. The official word came after Brown missed much of Down's current tour.
In this classic entry from his "Riffer Madness" column, Dimebag Darrell dissects what gives a riff that extra "punch"
This reissue celebrates the 20th anniversary of Pantera's major label debut, and will include a previously unreleased song.
Five years after Dimebag Darrell’s death, Jerry Abbott, the legendary axman’s father, opens up about his son’s childhood, his early passion for the guitar and his life as “one hell of a dude.”
Dimebag's innovative guitar, amp and pedal creations reflected not only his signature tone but his unique personality as well.
The following article from the December 1990 issue represents the very first time Dimebag Darrell appeared in the pages of Guitar World magazine.
Guitar World retells how in the heartland of Texas came Pantera guitar dude Diamond Darrell, a heavy thrasher born in the bosom of the blues.
Guitar World reprints how a school paper lands a final interview with Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell.
Is heavy metal dead? Not if Pantera and Damageplan guitarist Dimebag Darrell has anything to say about it in this Guitar World interview.
Guitar World recounts how Pantera holed up in Dimebag Darrell’s beer-soaked home studio and emerges with The Great Southern Trendkill, its loudest, rowdiest album to date at that point.