TESTAMENT, W.A.S.P. Confirmed For Holland's WALDROCK Festival

TESTAMENT and W.A.S.P. have been confirmed for the Waldrock festival, set to take place July 7 in Burgum, in the north of Holland. Approximately 13 more bands will be confirmed soon.

As previously reported, a video clip of TESTAMENT perfoming at the Independent in San Francisco, California on January 27, 2007 has been posted online at YouTube.com.

TESTAMENT is currently working with new drummer Nick Barker (formerly of CRADLE OF FILTH and DIMMU BORGIR) on material for its first studio album since 1999's "The Gathering". Nick Barker told BLABBERMOUTH.NET in January that "what we have so far is quite honestly mindblowing stuff in the vein of 'The Legacy'-, 'New Order'-meets-'The Gathering', only with yours truly behind the kit pounding like I've never pounded before."


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