VINNIE PAUL's GASOLINE: Video Clips Posted Online

January 16, 2006

Four short video of clips of former PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN drummer Vinnie Paul's GASOLINE project performing at Hot Rods and Hoggs in Arlington, Texas this past New Year's Eve have been posted online. Check them out:

Clip#1 (Vinnie leading crowd into "Dimebag" and "Mayhem" chants)
Clip#2 (New Year's countdown)

GASOLINE were joined by former PANTERA bassist Rex Brown for two PANTERA cuts: "Walk" and "Cowboys from Hell". The gig marked the first time the two former bandmates had shared the same stage in almost five years. GASOLINE's lineup had previously included late PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott and PUMPJACK vocalist Thurber T. Mingus.

(Thanks: Darthsader16)

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