Vinnie Paul, Pantera drummer and co-founder, dies at 54
Vinnie Paul, the drummer and establishing individual from the metal band Pantera has passed on, the band reported on Facebook.
“Vincent Paul Abbott otherwise known as Vinnie Paul has passed away,” the band said in an announcement.
Paul, who was 54, was additionally referred to for his work as a drummer for the metal band Hellyeah.
No further points of interest are accessible right now.
“The family asks for you please regard their security amid this time,” the band said.
Paul framed Pantera in the 1980s alongside his sibling guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott. Their dad was Jerry Abbott, a nation and western lyricist and maker.
The band was named for Grammys in 1995 and 2001.
Pantera’s third discharge, “A long ways Beyond Driven,” appeared at No. 1 out of 1994.
The band broke up toward the finish of a visit in 2003 in the midst of much hypothesis of a crack between band individuals. The two siblings, be that as it may, played down any sharpness amid a meeting with CNN in 2004.
“We had 13 long stretches of outrageously great achievement. What’s more, fundamentally the vocalist needed to proceed onward, do some different things and extremely lost his concentration,” Paul said at the time.
Abbott was shot and executed in 2004 amid a show in Columbus, Ohio, with his new band Damageplan. A 25-year-old man raged the stage slaughtering him and three others.