Written by Alex Stojanovic
Ain't No Struggle
Release Date: Nov 24, 2017 Label: Metal Blade Records
Since several of you want to know about the heavy stuff first, the heaviest cut of these five tracks is "Let's Go", where it truly sounds like a Pantera outtake with Phil Anselmo-esque. This track may only be 56 seconds long, but the ending will give you a good laugh. Opener "Twisted" also has heavy moments, but it's predominantly an acoustic track. The chorus is where you get your heavy fix with this track. If you'd like a purely acoustic track, then the last track "Whiskey Road" is just for you. "True" may come as a surprise to many people because of the fact that it's a very synth-oriented track. It contains a big George Michael feel. When you think of all the brutal riffs that Dimebag has given us, you wouldn't think he listened to this type of music. However, Dimebag had no limits when it came to inspiration, which is how it should be when you're a musician. This was definitely a nice surprise for 2017. Rita Haney has stated that there's so much more footage left over for future Dimevision volumes and the plan is to release the future volumes on an annual basis. I'm pretty sure there's also much more unreleased music from the Dimebag vault to come as well. Grab yourself a shot of black-toothed grin, put in Dimevision Vol. 2 and GETCHA PULL! R.I.P. Dimebag!
Highs: Five really enjoyable tracks
Lows: How could you hate anything that Dimebag has done?
Final Rating: 10/10