Pantera drummer, Vinnie Paul, will be rocking out in heaven next to his brother and now his tombstone is just as loud as his music.
Pantera revealed the grave marker for Paul, which was laid at Moore Memorial Gardens this week in Arlington, TX.
Along with a detailed depiction of the rocker wearing his trademark cowboy hat, the gold marker reads, “Don’t ever think it’s not a good time, if you do think it’s not a good time, a good time is a good time, a bad time is a bad time, and a wonderful time is irreplaceable. Hellyeah!”
Paul died last June in Las Vegas from a heart condition at the age of 54.
The drummer, who also performed in the metal group, Hellyeah, is buried next to his brother, Dimebag Darrell, who has a matching grave marker.
Dimebag died in 2004 at the age of 38 after a deranged fan shot and killed him while he was performing on stage in Ohio.
Pantera wants fans to come pay their respects to Vinnie and Dimebag, but has asked, “please be respectful when visiting the Brother’s graves.”