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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    Never a fan of violence. Never wanna see a 20 year old get gunned down. On the other hand fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck this dude foreeeeeeeeeeeeever.
    I smiled so hard at work when cnn pushed the notification that he was killed. Hopefully he suffered in a state of panic and fear.

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    Another rapper got whacked today.... Jimmy Wopo: http://triblive.com/local/allegheny/...-hill-district

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    \_(ツ)_/

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    Bansi from the pioneering psytrance group GMS passed away today. Might not be a household name to most, but in the psytrance world GMS is/was legendary.

    A track from the past remixing the theme from Requiem for a Dream


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    Damn, I didn't know that XXXtentacion did all those fucked up things.
    I heard some whispering that that shit is WHY he got killed; that it was like a vengeance thing.
    I kind of hope that is the case because it would at least make sense.

    That being said, you guys better be careful speaking ill of the dead so soon. You're gonna wind up with the ghost of that motherfucker in your room at 3am, mumble rapping while he sodomizes you with that barbecue fork.

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    Aww damn I remember Vader! When I was a kid and still liked wrestling, my friend and I were at an event where he was on the card. As he walked by us towards the ring I yelled out 'Vader you suck!' and he yelled back 'FUCK OFF, KID.' hahaha. RIP

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    mumble rapping while he sodomizes you with that barbecue fork.
    jfc of all the things to be eloquent about, dude. That was some descriptive language right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by playwithfire View Post
    jfc of all the things to be eloquent about, dude. That was some descriptive language right there.
    Ha. I got the image in my head and I just couldn't help myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Fuck, I liked that guy and always came across as a real cool dude. At least he and Dimebag are back together. R.I.P. Vinnie Paul. You ruled.

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    what the fuck. That came out of fucking nowhere. The actual fuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Oh what the fuck

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    Aww man, that's awful. In Jan I was at a King's X show in Dallas and Vinnie was up in the balcony. He and his lady friend were rocking out and everything seemed good. Legendary drummer.

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    RIP Vinnie Paul. Im blasting some pantera/ damageplan today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    RIP Vinnie Paul. I’m blasting some pantera/ damageplan today.
    Yeah man it's extra rough on us texans I would say.
    These guys were the DFW hometown heroes who "saved metal" in the 90s. Fuck, I just can't believe this.
    Plus he and Phil never made up. Goddamn.

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    One thing I admired about Vinnie Paul, I don't know if this was his idea or not, but his drums cut through the mix and were up front sort of like some old industrial music. Lars did it on AJFA but he took it to another level. It somehow made it sound even heavier.

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    What the fuck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    What the fuck?
    yeah it doesn't seem real, does it?

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    Seriously. What a bummer...only 54.

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    Jesus fucking hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Yeah man it's extra rough on us texans I would say.
    These guys were the DFW hometown heroes who "saved metal" in the 90s. Fuck, I just can't believe this.
    Plus he and Phil never made up. Goddamn.
    As a kid who had no musical identity yet and only listened to his sisters Nirvana tape, this band is what got me into the hard shit. Without Pantera, I wouldnt be into metal.

    https://imgur.com/a/BxTtHFZ
    Last edited by Conan The Barbarian; 06-23-2018 at 11:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    As a kid who had no musical identity yet and only listened to his sisters Nirvana tape, this band is what got me into the hard shit. Without Pantera, I wouldnt be into metal.

    https://imgur.com/a/BxTtHFZ
    Amen.

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    He was spotted at at least one NIN show last week, and also attended the Vegas show in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post
    As a kid who had no musical identity yet and only listened to his sisters Nirvana tape, this band is what got me into the hard shit. Without Pantera, I wouldnt be into metal.

    https://imgur.com/a/BxTtHFZ
    People fucked with me in middle school. Instead of crying about it, I came home and listened to Vulgar Display of Power. This was in 92 or 93.
    Now I was into metallica and megadeth, but Pantera was just SO much harder.
    It helped me through a lot of shit. I'm not really a metalhead: for me, most of the "hard stuff" is heavy drum and bass ( the genre, not the instruments.)

    But pantera. Good god. They're just IT.

    And again, at the risk of sounding elitist, it honestly WAS/is incredibly special that they came from D F Dub.

    We've got Ride for Dime every year. We've got fucking murals of Dime in Deep Ellum (you probably aren't aware of deep ellum if you aren't from texas.)

    When Dime died and people gathered, the COPS played pantera through the PA on their police cars.

    And a WHOLE lot of us ran into those guys, at local shows or at the Clubhouse.

    I know that everyone loves pantera, but they were OURS in a way, like Rush in toronto or Hova in Brooklyn.

    I'm not trying to take away from anyone else's grief.
    I'm just saying that, if you came up in DFW (or anywhere near it,) I think it's more like losing someone you know.

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    R.I.P. Vinnie Paul


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    If there's anything Pantera was known for. It was partying. I could imagine Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, and Ronnie Van Zant at a bar talking about good music while Dimebag and Vinnie are serving them drinks and drinking with them.

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    only positive of this horrible news was that I heard a HellYeah song that is actually good. Thanks Sirius Liquid Metal:



    Code Orange played a ton of Pantera coming on and leaving the stage at their show Saturday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    only positive of this horrible news was that I heard a HellYeah song that is actually good. Thanks Sirius Liquid Metal:



    Code Orange played a ton of Pantera coming on and leaving the stage at their show Saturday night.
    Never really understood the hate for Hellyeah. They’re definitely not great, but they get lumped into “shitty metal” for reasons I’ve never understood. Oh well.

    Cowboys From Hell opened up the Golic and Wingo show this morning on ESPN radio. They didn’t mention Vinnies death but I’m sure there are many fans there. Not sure if the Dallas Stars have paid their respects yet as the NHL draft was this weekend.

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