Further Details Regarding Nuclear Hellfrost’s Alleged Desecration of Dimebag Darrel’s Grave
E-mails and inter-industry text messages have been pouring in since we first broke the news that members of the band Nuclear Hellfrost allegedly desecrated the grave of late Pantera guitarist, Dimebag Darrell.
Although the band has since released a statement claiming any wrongdoing was committed solely by their former lead singer, Reece Eber, new evidence suggests that, at the very least, the rest of the band shares Eber’s anti-Dime sentiments.
Here are some less-than-flattering comments made by drummer Andy Sanchez, who for reasons unknown goes by the name “Rob Banks” on Facebook:What’s obviously not clear at this point is if some of these dudes just have a gauche sense of humor and one of them took it too far, or if they’re being untruthful about their involvement in the incident. Honestly, I’m having a hard time making heads or tails or what’s what what here, since Nuclear Hellfrost aren’t well known, I don’t know what most its members look like, and some of them are using multiple names. There have also been some other musicians, like a guy named Jared Reynolds, who isn’t a member of the band (and doesn’t even live in the same state as Nuclear Hellfrost), who have caught flak on social networks. I can’t for the life of me figure out what their alleged connection to all of this is; Reynolds’ greatest crime seems to be commenting that Pantera fans are angry about this whole debacle, which isn’t an inflammatory statement — Pantera fans are angry and they should be angry.
I guess what I’m saying is: something is fishy here, I’m just not sure what yet.
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Correction: An earlier version of this article included a photo of a band, allegedly Nuclear Hellfrost, urinating on a mural of Dimebag Darrell. It has been confirmed that the band in pictured is not Nuclear Hellfrost.