TESTAMENT To Embark On 'Reunion' Tour

TESTAMENT lead vocalist Chuck Billy and founding guitarist Eric Peterson have announced that original guitar player Alex Skolnick and original bassist Greg Christian (HAVOCHATE), along with previous TESTAMENT drummer Johnny Tempesta (HELMET, ex-ROB ZOMBIE), will be joining them for a reunion tour of Europe, taking place between May 7 and May 15 ONLY. The tour will last for a total of nine shows, according to the group's management.

Each of the other three musicians has other bands, projects, and recordings coming out, but they have all agreed to join forces with Chuck and Eric to blow out this limited reunion tour in May. Billy commented, "I'm in music to enjoy it, and playing with my old bandmates after all these years will be killer!" Peterson added, "This reunion tour takes me back 20 years, the fans will freak seeing us together again!"

Agents, tour promoters, and festival organizers who wish to submit offers can contact TESTAMENT's manager Phil Arnold at [email protected]

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