'Dimebag Beyond Forever Tour': Performance, Behind-The-Scenes Footage Available

A dozen or so Finnish metal musicians took part in the fifth annual "Dimebag Beyond Forever Tour" in early December. The four-date trek honored the legendary PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, who was shot and killed on stage on December 8, 2004. The musicians performed for free and the concert proceeds are being donated to the Finnish organization Victim Support Finland, which offers practical advice and psychological support to victims of crimes or attempted crimes and those closest to them and witnesses of crime.

The musicians that took part in this year's "Dimebag Beyond Forever Tour" are as follows:

Arska Hietala (GODSPLAGUE)
Atte Sarkima (GODSPLAGUE)
Jules Näveri (PROFANE OMEN)
Mikko Herranen (RUST)
Nico Hartonen (GODSPLAGUE)
Rapu (BLEAK)
Teemu Suominen (METALHEIM)
Ville Sorvali (MOONSORROW)

Some of the performance and behind-the-scenes footage from this year's "Dimebag Beyond Forever Tour" can be viewed below.


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