Spanish Heavy Metal Musicians To Pay Tribute To DIMEBAG At DIMEFEST IV

Some of Spain's top heavy metal musicians will come together to pay tribute to late PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott at the Dimefest IV festival on December 4, 2010 at the Heineken Club in Madrid, Spain.

The following bands are scheduled to perform at the event:

HAMLET
KOMA
ANGELUS APATRIDA
SKUNK DF
SU TA GAR
THE EYES
VITA IMANA
GAUNTLET
INFERNOISE
VORTICE
UNSOULED
JORGE SALÁN
INNTRANCE
EXQUISITE PUS
HELLS FIRE
YO KILL
DISTANCE
ATSPHEAR
VERTEBRAL
WILHEAD
MODELO PICKMAN
JAVIER PERERA

Interview footage with some of the musicians who will participate in the festival can be viewed below (in Spanish, with English subtitles).

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Dimefest IV will be professionally filmed for future DVD release.

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