TESTAMENT: 2005 Live DVD Featuring Original Lineup Now Available

San Francisco Bay Area thrashers TESTAMENT are currently offering a new "bootleg" in DVD format for sale in the "Merch" section of the group's official web site. "Testament Live in Paris (May 9th, 2005)" was filmed by Walter Morgan of Deadly Embrace Productions on May 6, 2005 and features the band's original lineup of Chuck Billy (vocals), Alex Skolnick (guitar), Eric Peterson (guitar), Greg Christian (bass) and Louie Clemente (drums).

"Testament Live in Paris (May 9th, 2005)" (view cover here) track listing:

01. The Preacher
02. The New Order
03. The Haunting
04. Electric Crown
05. Sins of Omission
06. Into the Pit
07. Trial by Fire
08. Practice What You Preach
09. The Legacy
10. Over the Wall
11. Raging Waters
12. Disciples of the Watch

The video is available for $18.00 in the U.S. or $23 overseas (+ $5.00 shipping & handling in U.S., $8.00 shipping & handling overseas).

For more information, click here.


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