DIMEBAG DARRELL's First Photo Shoot With DEAN Guitars and KRANK Amps Posted Online
DAMAGEPLAN, SHADOWS FALL and THE HAUNTED rolled through Chicago and Milwaukee last weekend, Nov. 20-21, 2004. Photos from both nights are online now and can be found at RockConcertFotos.com: Damageplan, Shadows Fall.
In the DAMAGEPLAN gallery, you will also find a few exclusive photos of Dimebag's first photo shoot with his new Dean guitars and Krank amps courtesy of photographer Chad Lee.
Saturday night's show at the House Of Blues in Chicago saw many guests in attendance, including Syracuse natives BRAND NEW SIN, Charlie Benante of ANTHRAX, and members of SOIL, all of whom joined DAMAGEPLAN onstage for a rendition of the PANTERA classic "Walk". Also in attendance was Dean Zelinsky of Dean Guitars watching his newest endorsee, Dimebag, proudly shred with his new Deans.
The aftershow party concluded downstairs with the above-mentioned artists and members of SHADOWS FALL joining a local blues band for covers of "Roadhouse Blues" and ZZ TOP's "La Grange".
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