TESTAMENT: DVD Action Galore

Escapi Music has set a march 8, 2005 release date for the first-ever official DVD from TESTAMENT, entitled "Seen Between the Lines".

Originally released in 1991 on VHS, this fully re-mastered DVD contains live footage shot during TESTAMENT's 1991 world tour. As an extra bonus, the DVD will also include promotional videos for the songs "Nobody's Fault", "Practice What You Preach", "Souls of Black" and "The Legacy", rare video interview clips, "a dinner with TESTAMENT," scenes from the Japanese leg of the tour, plus additional discography, image gallery and biography sections.

In other news, TESTAMENT are currently offering their fans an opportunity to buy all three of their recently released "bootleg" DVDs and receive a bonus "Monsters of Rock 1988" disc containing three songs ("Into The Pit", "Raging Waters" and "The New Order") and a rare interview from Metal Hammer featuring very candid moments early in their career. The festival crowd is the same crowd which appears in TESTAMENT's video for "Nobody's Fault" (in singer Chuck Billy's dream sequence, aerial views).

The 30-minute never-before-released footage sees a young energized TESTAMENT running around on stage, playing with youthful intensity on the band's then-biggest tour to date. Also, as a bonus, with the purchase of the three-DVD X-Mass Special (which comes with the fourth bonus disc), the group will throw in an 8X10 band photo signed personally to you by Chuck Billy and Eric Peterson, and two different TESTAMENT stickers, and Chuck's TESTAMENT guitar pick (very rare). Or you can order the fourth bootleg installment ("Monsters Of Rock") separately for $9.99 plus shipping and handling.

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For more information, visit TestamentLegions.com.

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