TESTAMENT/SADUS bassist Steve DiGiorgio has posted the following message in the "Forum" section of his official web site:"What's up Mutha Truckers!?!? Hehehe... "It's true, just wanted to jump ahead of my update I'm making for the website and let you know I'll be jamming with Sebastian Bach. You might have already seen it on www.sebastianbach.com or like on Blabbermouth or something. So coming from me, you know what's going on. He wants me to help him work on the new and improved solo effort, but first off some live Euro dates in December. Like I said this will all be covered in the update, but SADUS is still writing and still going ahead with our plans on recording the new album soon. TESTAMENT is still writing and I'll still be jamming with them too when it's ready. I also have a lot of new recordings I participated in that have come out or are getting ready to be released. I'll cover that stuff and everything I've been doing all year in the update on www.stevedigiorgio.com in a day or two. I'll post the tour dates soon too. So basically I'll blame the lack of updates on the fact that I've been so busy. But! Stay tuned and all will be revealed."
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