By Ezra Marcus

Update: The band member who reportedly did the vandalizing has since apologized on his personal Facebook page.

“My friends and I have received death threats and multiple insults over the past day or so, I’ve made the …news, and all I can say to sum it all up is I’m deeply sorry,” Eber wrote, via Billboard, adding: “The fact of the matter is I feel awful and guilty and this will stick with me forever, just like the Seinfeld guy using the N word.”


Late Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell’s grave was reportedly vandalized over the weekend with a homophobic slur.

An Instagram affiliated with an Indiana band called Nuclear Hellfrost has taken credit for the act, with a photo of the grave and a fairly explicit caption, which has since been deleted.

“I HATE pantera…with a passion. and so does the rest of my band,” the band wrote, adding that they were a “buncha racist hillbillies.”

Related: Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul Looks Back on Pantera: ‘We Carried the Heavy Metal Flag’

Pantera’s Facebook page shared a screengrab of the Instagram post, adding their own comment.

“We are absolutely disgusted by this!” Pantera wrote. “We ask that all of you please show Dime & his grave the respect he deserves. This conduct will not be tolerated and the authorities have been notified.”

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