TESTAMENT Frontman Sings With EXODUS In San Francisco

EXODUS performed an eight-song set at the Warfield in San Francisco, CA Thursday night (Oct. 28). Joining the group on lead vocals for the first six songs was TESTAMENT's Chuck Billy, who was a last-minute replacement for EXODUS' touring singer Steev Esquivel (SKINLAB) (as BLABBERMOUTH.NET exclusively reported yesterday). Esquivel, who was forced to seek to seek medical treatment for a "severely burnt" right-eye retina Wednesday, ended up singing the show's last two tracks — "Braindead" and "Toxic Waltz" — while wearing dark sunglasses. Steev is expected to be back on board at the mic for EXODUS' scheduled performance at the Hollywood Palladium Friday night (Oct. 29).

EXODUS are in the middle of a North American tour with MEGADETH and EARSHOT.

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