TESTAMENT, LAAZ ROCKIT, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL: 'New Year's Eve Blowout Bash' Footage Available
TESTAMENT, LAAZ ROCKIT, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL and DRAGONLORD rang in 2009 with special New Year's Eve (December 31) concert at Fat City in San Francisco, California. Video footage of some of the performances can be viewed below (all clips uploaded by "Rudeness2006").
Former MEGADETH/KING DIAMOND guitarist Glen Drover filled in for Alex Skolnick for TESTAMENT's New Year's Eve show because Skolnick was busy with another project.
Making a special guest appearance for several songs during DUBLIN DEATH PATROL's set was MACHINE HEAD/ex-VIO-LENCE guitarist Phil Demmel.
DUBLIN DEATH PATROL (DDP) features in its ranks TESTAMENT singer Chuck Billy and former EXODUS vocalist Steve "Zetro" Souza. The group's debut album, "DDP 4 Life", is available now on Godfodder Records.
DUBLIN DEATH PATROL (featuring Phil Demmel):
DUBLIN DEATH PATROL - "DDP 4 Life" (featuring Phil Demmel):
DUBLIN DEATH PATROL - "Cold Sweat" (featuring Phil Demmel):
TESTAMENT – "Curse Of The Legions Of Death" (featuring Steve "Zetro" Souza):
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