PUSHED Nearly Done With EP, Line Up Invite-Only NAMM Appearance

Southern California's PUSHED, featuring former TESTAMENT/SLAYER drummer Jon Dette and ex-TESTAMENT bassist Greg Christian, are in the process of finishing work on their four-song EP at Global Artists studios (formerly Goldentrack studios) in Escondido, California.

In other news, PUSHED are apparently set to perform at a special event at the NAMM headquarters in Carlsbad, California on Saturday, September 7th. According to Dette, "the event is being sponsored by one of our endorsers, Basson Sound Equipment. It is not open to the public and is by invite only. We are playing primarily to feature their sound equipment to the retail industry, but also to journalists, labels, management, etc. who would like to see the band in a more 'comfortable' environment."


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