TESTAMENT Announces Second Leg Of European Tour; ANNIHILATOR And VADER To Support

TESTAMENT Announces Second Leg Of European Tour; ANNIHILATOR And VADER To Support

San Francisco Bay Area thrash metallers TESTAMENT will return to European shores in March/April 2018. Support on the trek will come from Canadian thrashers ANNIHILATOR and Polish death metallers VADER.

TESTAMENT is still touring in support of its critically acclaimed album "Brotherhood Of The Snake", which came out last year.

Commented TESTAMENT guitarist Eric Peterson: "I'm super excited about this tour! can't wait! Really really looking forward to spending some quality time in these countries and way too long overdue! Hails!"

Tour dates:

Mar. 14 - SE - Gothenburg, Traedgarn
Mar. 15 - NO - Oslo, Rockefeller
Mar. 16 - SE - Örebro, Conventum Kongress
Mar. 17 - SE - Stockholm, Arenan
Mar. 20 - FI - Helsinki, Circus
Mar. 21 - FI - Tampere, Pakkahuone
Mar. 29 - UK - Bristol, Motion
Mar. 30 - UK - Manchester, Ritz
Mar. 31 - UK - Birmingham, Institute
Apr. 01 - IE - Dublin, Vicar Street
Apr. 02 - UK - Glasgow, QMU
Apr. 04 - UK - London, Koko

The first leg of TESTAMENT's European tour will take place in November and December and will feature ANNIHILATOR and DEATH ANGEL as support.

"Brotherhood Of The Snake" was released in October 2016 via Nuclear Blast. The cover was once again created by renowned artist Eliran Kantor, who also handled the art for the TESTAMENT's previous album, 2012's "Dark Roots Of Earth", and worked with bands like HATEBREED, SOULFLY and KATAKLYSM in the past.

"Brotherhood Of The Snake" was recorded under the watchful eyes of producer Juan Urteaga (EXODUS, HEATHEN, MACHINE HEAD), Peterson and singer Chuck Billy and was mixed and mastered by British metal producer Andy Sneap (ACCEPT, ARCH ENEMY, CRADLE OF FILTH, KREATOR, MACHINE HEAD, MEGADETH).

Billy told Metal Wani that TESTAMENT's goal is to release the follow-up to "Brotherhood Of The Snake" in 2018.


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