TESTAMENT: Guitar Lesson From ERIC PETERSON Available Via Comcast On Demand

A guitar lesson from TESTAMENT's Eric Peterson is now available on Comcast On Demand cable until January 5. A description of the lesson reads as follows: "TESTAMENT's Eric Peterson and Guitar World present the continued monthly lesson called 'Practice What You Preach'. This month is all about 'Muted Chugging & Mutated Chords.'"

Find it: Music > Guitar Lessons > Guitar Lessons > Peterson - Nov 08

"More Than Meets The Eye", the new video from TESTAMENT, can be viewed below (courtesy of MTV2's Headbanger's Blog). The clip was produced by Kevin J. Custer of Toaster In The Tub.

Photos from the "More Than Meets The Eye" video shoot can be viewed here.

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A ringtone for "More Than Meets The Eye" is available at this location.

TESTAMENT recruited guitarist Glen Drover (ex-MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND) to fill in for Alex Skolnick on the band's recent Mexican tour dates with JUDAS PRIEST.

"The Formation of Damnation" debuted at #59 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and is TESTAMENT's highest-charting release in the band's 24-year history. The album, which has sold more than 50,000 copies in the U.S. so far (according to Nielsen SoundScan) also dominated at radio, holding the #1 spot on both CMJ and FMQB for several consecutive weeks.

An e-card for "The Formation of Damnation" can be accessed at this location.


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