Before Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul's sudden death in June, his hard-rock supergroup Hellyeah was scheduled to perform at both the Louder than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, and this weekend's Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California. While Louder Than Life was canceled due to unsafe conditions caused by inclement weather, Aftershock proved successful and gave friends and fans of Paul a chance to pay their respects through a collaborative set, curated by SiriusXM's Jose Mangin, that included members of Korn, Deftones, Godsmack, GWAR, Kyng, Shinedown and more joining together to perform a range of Pantera classics including "A New Level" and "Mouth for War." Fan-shot footage of the performance has begun trickling onto the internet, including an all-star rendition of "Walk" helmed by Korn's Jonathan Davis and Godsmack's Sully Erna. Check that out above, as well as other clips below.
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