A song ("Twisted") written and performed by the late, great Dimebag Darrell has posted online today after having been previously unreleased. It's a great day when it feels like the late Pantera guitarist is communicating beyond the grave and still among us courtesy of some new (but old) music - and this is the second day it's happened this month (A 'lost' Pantera track "Piss" was released earlier this month).

The song is the audio backdrop for a video shot for Elephant Brand Skateboards - a skateboard line owned by by pro skater and consummate rocker Mike Vallely aka Mike V. The video was filmed at Dime and his lady love Rita Haney's home in Dalworthington Gardens, Texas, and was shot to promote Elephant's new Dimebag deck. The deck and video are a nice tribute to the metal guitar god. It also gives new meaning to "Ride for Dime." You can buy the song here, and the Dimebag skateboard deck here.

A video was filmed at Dime and his girlfriend Rita Haney's home in Dalworthington Gardens, Texas, featuring the song. It's a nice tribute to the much-missed guitar god. It also gives new meaning to "Ride for Dime." That movement is no longer only about bikes but about boards!