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The guys in Pantera had side project just for fun band called Gasoline. On New Years Eve 2001 they played with Sevendust and Drowning Pool. This show ended up being the last time that Dime, Vinnie and Rex were all on stage together. (Rex comes in about half way through the set.) Chris Stiles was at the show and recorded it, but for some reason sat on the footage until now.

This is my PERSONAL UNSEEN RARE FOOTAGE of Dimebag’s RARE AND UNRELEASED BAND GASOLINE. This was a party band for fun only. These were just jack around tunes made to be funny and have a good time. These weren’t meant to be serious by any means. The NEW AND UNRELEASED ANYWHERE ELSE songs…GASOLINE and GOING WITH THE GUT. This is the LAST TIME REX VINNIE AND DIME played live together. The last song they got up and jammed Led Zeppelin’s Moby Dick. I hated sitting on this for so long but it’s time the world gets to see it and enjoy it like I do. I’ve been lucky enough to have this since 2001 and I’ve never given a copy away and never let it out. Please respect that it’s mine and I will not tolerate anyone stealing it. This is OWNED BY ME. If the family wanted it…that’s another story. This show was a very special night…new years was always a big deal for the brothers and usually they did a new years gig for fun with pantera but after phil became harder to deal with they had to do their own thing on new years. Pantera never played again and I’m thankful I saw the last moments these three stepped on stage together. This show was Union Underground opening, then Gasoline, Sevendust, Then Drowning Pool with Dave Williams.

As always Dimebag was very cool to hang with and loved having fun with his friends and fans. I was a young 18 year old that was just happy to be accepted around him. He allowed me to hang around him a lot so I’ll be uploading more video of me with him and times I managed to film. I messaged the family many times about having this included in anything they officially released and never got any emails back so I’ll go ahead and post it here for everyone to see. I don’t think it’s right to just hold on to it without letting others see what it’s like to be around him. RIP dime… you made a huge impression on my young life and I’ll never forget it.




700,000 Tons of Metal it’s an annual metal cruise ands this week. In honor we are cranking up metal from Arch Enemy, Napalm Death, Gravedigger, Annilator, and more. For more information click here and if you missed this year’s no problem there are plenty if metal cruises out there now, including cruises put on by Kiss and even Motorhead.

Of course with another weekend inside the Hangar upon us you will hear all these bands this weekend on the only classic metal show on radio, Hangar 19.



Here’s what to expect while cranking up Hangar 19 this weekend:

First our Heavy Metal soundtrack recommendation comes from the expansive Tony Hawk video game world. These classic skateboarding video games have long supported heavy metal and punk rock from the original Tony Hawk Pro Skater to the new as yet untitled game due out this year on all the next gen systems. Certain installments have even featured playable characters like members of Metallica and Iron Maiden’s mascot Eddie. Iron Maiden’s music has been featured on two different games and we’ll hear those tracks this weekend.

foreverThis week’s Power Set is a tribute to Twisted Sister. 4 songs from the Twisted Forever album. It’s the 2001 tribute album that featured classic Sister songs redone by Motorhead, Anthrax, Overkill, Vision of Disorder and more.

(Twisted Forever artwork courtesy of Koch Records)

We will go In The Vault with Guns N’ Roses explaining the video for “Welcome to the Jungle” from MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball in 1987. The clip below is actually the best of Headbanger’s Ball and we’ll be taking clips from it for the In the Vault segment for the next few weeks inside the Hangar

BlindguardianbeyondstandardOur Then & Now will feature one the most unapologetic power metal bands that have existed over the last 25 years. The band is Germany’s Blind Guardian. Their new album Beyond the Red Mirror is scheduled to be released on the 30th and the now will feature their new song “Twilight of the Gods.” While the then will be a song featuring Kia Hansen from Helloween and Gamma Ray fame called Valhalla taken off their 1989 album Follow the Blind. 

(Beyond the Red Mirror artwork courtesy of Nuclear Blast Records)

All that plus metal from Suicidal Tendencies, Warlock, Crowbar, DIO and more this weekend inside Hangar 19.



The self titled Motley Crue album turned 20 years old last year and is the one Motley Crue album to have a different singer. That singer is John Corabi. This album is also the follow up to Motley Crue pinnacle Dr. Feelgood. The deck was stacked against this line-up of the Crue from the start. New singer, heavier sound, years passed between albums, and most of the popular 80’s metal bands had fallen out of favor for that sound from Seattle. Think about this for a second, between the release of Feelgood and self-titled Nirvana had put out Nevermind and Kurt Cobain was less than a month away from committing suicide. Still the John Corabi fronted Motley Crue 20 years later still sound fresh and current. With Motley hanging it up in 2014 John decided to go do some shows celebrating this album in it’s entirety and at the tours kick-off him and I sat down for a conversation about his time in Motley. John is in the Hangar this weekend and this record is why.

CRUEArtist: Motley Crue

Album: Motley Crue

Release Date: March 15, 1994

Recommended listening: Hooligan’s Holiday, Misunderstood, Hammered, Til’ Death Do Us Part

Mick Mars says:

“I thought that was probably… To me, and I can only speak for me, I think that was probably the best album we’ve done. Musical-wise, the songs, I felt, were strong. And just musically, to me, it was, I guess, my BEATLES ‘White Album'; that’s kind of how I feel about that one. I’m not saying that any of my other albums are crummy or anything like that — I love every album that we did — but that one just has a special thing for me.”