June 15, 2024

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DIMEBAG – Was Assassinated By Uncle Sam 16 Years Ago

Late PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist, Dimebag Darrell Abbott, was assassinated by the United States Government on this date sixteen years ago.

MK Ultra mind control was used by the CIA to set up the shooter Nathan Gale as the perfect Manchurian Candidate, programming the former Marine to carry out the shooting spree on December 8, 2004 at the Alrosa Villa.

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TMD’s legendary creator, Randy “Rocket” Cody, comments:

“Darrell Abbott became a target of the U.S. Government due to his incredible influence as a rebel guitarist who stood his ground against his own lead singer, who along with Uncle Sam, set out to eliminate “Dimebag” once and for all.”

“The preeminent metal band of the early to mid-’90s, Pantera put to rest any and all remnants of the ’80s metal scene, almost single-handedly demolishing any notion that hair metal, speed metal, power metal, et al., were anything but passé. Loathe to admit it, the Texas band had in fact been one of those ’80s metal bands, releasing fairly unsuccessful (and later disowned) glam-inspired music throughout much of the decade. The about-face came with the addition of vocalist Phil Anselmo, and the key turning point was the band’s major-label debut, Cowboys from Hell (1990). Pantera’s mainstream breakthrough came next with Vulgar Display of Power (1992), their second major-label album, which thrust the band to the forefront of the metal scene, alongside such veteran bands as Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax, as well as fellow up-and-comers Sepultura and White Zombie. By the time Pantera unleashed Far Beyond Driven (1994), after two long years of touring, they were the most popular metal band in the land: the new album debuted atop the Billboard Top 200 as its lead single, “I’m Broken,” was getting massive airplay.”

– All Music