MUSTAINE, BELL Join DREAM THEATER For PANTERA Cover In Honor Of DIMEBAG

DREAM THEATER were joined by special guests Dave Mustaine (MEGADETH), Burton C. Bell (FEAR FACTORY) and Russell Allen (SYMPHONY X) during the final song of their set — a cover of PANTERA's "Cemetery Gates", in honor of fallen hometown hero "Dimebag" Darrrell Abbott — Tuesday night (August 2) at Nokia Live in Dallas, Texas. DREAM THEATER's complete setlist for the Dallas show was as follows:

01. The Root Of All Evil
02. A Fortune In Lies
03. Fatal Tragedy
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04. Panic Attack
05. Just Let Me Breathe
06. Endless Sacrifice
07. The Mirror / Lie
08. As I Am
09. Pull Me Under

Encore:
10. Cemetery Gates (PANTERA cover) w/ special guests Dave Mustaine (MEGADETH), Burton C. Bell (FEAR FACTORY) and Russell Allen (SYMPHONY X)

DREAM THEATER and MEGADETH are currently co-headlining the six-week Gigantour, also featuring FEAR FACTORY, NEVERMORE, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, LIFE OF AGONY, BOBAFLEX and SYMPHONY X.

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