TESTAMENT: 1990 'Bootleg' DVD Featuring SAVATAGE's OLIVA Brothers Now Available
San Francisco Bay Area thrashers TESTAMENT are currently offering a new "bootleg" in DVD format for sale in the "Merch" section of the group's official web site. "Testament - Live at the Warfield - San Francisco, CA (Practice What You Preach Tour 1990)" was filmed by Walter Morgan of Deadly Embrace Productions and features the band's original lineup of Chuck Billy (vocals), Alex Skolnick (guitar), Eric Peterson (guitar), Greg Christian (bass) and Louie Clemente (drums). It also includes a special guest appearance by the Oliva brothers (Jon and late guitarist Criss) of SAVATAGE, who join TESTAMENT on stage to perform a rendition of AEROSMITH's "Nobody's Fault", a song TESTAMENT rarely played live.
The video is available for $18.00 in the U.S. or $23 overseas (+ $5.00 shipping & handling in U.S., $8.00 shipping & handling overseas).
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