TESTAMENT: 'Reunion' Tour Dates Announced

TESTAMENT lead vocalist Chuck Billy and founding guitarist Eric Peterson will be joined by original guitar player Alex Skolnick and original bassist Greg Christian (HAVOCHATE) for a 10-date European run in May. Handling the drums on the upcoming trek will be either previous TESTAMENT drummer Johnny Tempesta (HELMET, ex-ROB ZOMBIE) or the group's original skinsman, Louie Clemente — or possibly both.

Confirmed TESTAMENT tour dates:

May 06 – Eindhoven, NETH @ De Effenaar
May 07 – Hellendorn, NETH @ Dynamo
May 08 – London, UK @ Koko
May 09 – Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
May 10 – Esch, LUX @ Alsette
May 11 – Milan, ITA @ Rolling Stone
May 12 – Innsbrook, AUT @ Hafen
May 13 – Lichtenfels, GER @ Stadthalle
May 14 - Dieburg, GER @ Live Arena
May 15 - Gavere, BEL @ Racing

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