Foo Fighters have paid tribute to Vinnie Paul, calling the late Pantera member “one in a million”.
The drummer died over the weekend at the age of 54, with tributes from across the rock and metal world pouring in for the much-loved musician.
Foo Fighters posted a message on Twitter which reads: “Vinnie… to the man with the slickest kicks and the best vibe always. You inspired us all, not only with your music, but with your love and hospitality. You were one in a million and will be missed…”
Vinnie’s Hellyeah bandmate Tom Maxwell has also issued a statement on behalf of the band, saying he is “broken-hearted” at the drummer’s untimely death.
It reads: “Just so broken-hearted and in shock. I’m struggling to write this but we want to thank you all for your kind words and support in this tragic time.
“We don’t have much info to give you other then Vinnie is now with Dime and they are together in a better place. MORE