TESTAMENT Performs With GLEN DROVER In Mexico City; Video Footage, Photos Available

Germán García of Moxtla.com has uploaded photos of TESTAMENT and JUDAS PRIEST's October 31, 2008 performances in Mexico City.

TESTAMENT has recruited guitarist Glen Drover (ex-MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND) to fill in for Alex Skolnick on the band's current Mexican tour dates with JUDAS PRIEST.

The two bands' setlists were as follows:


01. Over The Wall
02. Into The Pit
03. The New Order
04. Practice What You Preach
05. More Than Meets The Eye
06. Henchmen Ride
07. DNR
08. Three Days In Darkness
09. The Formation Of Damnation


01. Prophecy
02. Metal Gods
03. Eat Me Alive
04. Between The Hammer And The Anvil
05. Devil's Child
06. Breaking The Law
07. Hell Patrol
08. Death
09. Dissident Aggressor
10. Angel
11. Electric Eye
12. Rock Hard, Ride Free
13. Sinner
14. Painkiller
15. Hell Bent For Leather
16. Green Manalishi
17. You've Got Another Thing Coming

Fan-filmed video footage of TESTAMENT's October 31, 2008 concert in Mexico City can be viewed below.


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