Classic TESTAMENT And LAAZ ROCKIT Band Lineups Confirmed For Holland's DYNAMO OPEN AIR Festival

Following ANTHRAX's example, both TESTAMENT and LAAZ ROCKIT have confirmed appearances at this year's Dynamo Open Air festival in their classic '80s lineups. 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), along with previous TESTAMENT drummer Johnny Tempesta (HELMET, ex-ROB ZOMBIE). Meanwhile, LAAZ ROCKIT will reportedly appear in their classic formation of Mike Coons (vocals), Aaron Jellum (guitar), Phil Kettner (guitar), Willy Lange (bass) and Victor Agnello (drums). The Dynamo Open Air festival billing is shaping up as follows:

ANTHRAX
TESTAMENT
LAAZ ROCKIT
OBITUARY
GOREFEST
JON OLIVA'S PAIN
MASTERPLAN
EVERGREY
3 INCHES OF BLOOD
TRIVIUM
MERCENARY

Dynamo Open Air 2005 is scheduled to take place on May 7 in Hellendoorn, the Netherlands.

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