TESTAMENT Frontman Interviewed On 'Heavy Metal Mayhem'; Audio Available
Vocalist Chuck Billy of San Francisco Bay Area metallers TESTAMENT was interviewed on the January 3, 2010 edition of the "Heavy Metal Mayhem" radio show with Mike "The Big Cheese". The chat is now avaialble for streaming using audio player below.
TESTAMENT's previously announced North American tour with fellow thrash legends MEGADETH and SLAYER — which was scheduled to begin on January 18 in Seattle, Washington — has been postponed so that SLAYER bassist/vocalist Tom Araya can undergo back surgery at the end of the month.
TESTAMENT has been touring non-stop in support of its acclaimed 2008 album, "The Formation Of Damnation", including last year's Priest Feast tour in Europe with JUDAS PRIEST and a phenomenal run on the 2008 Metal Masters tour with HEAVEN & HELL and MOTÖRHEAD.
Two classic albums by TESTAMENT — 1997's "Demonic" and 1999's "The Gathering" — were reissued on gatefold double vinyl by Prosthetic Records in February 2009. Each features etched artwork on Side D and is limited to 1,000 copies worldwide. Additionally, 100 copies of "Demonic" feature red vinyl, while 100 copies of "The Gathering" feature gold vinyl.
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