TESTAMENT Singer Comments On EXODUS Gig: The Energy Was 'Amazing'

TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy has sent BLABBERMOUTH.NET the following statement regarding his appearance with EXODUS at last night's show at the Warfield in San Francisco:

"Just letting you know that I did do the EXODUS show last night and it was great and the sold-out crowd seemed to enjoy the show. I did the first six songs the best I could with 24-hour notice. Apparently after the first six songs Steev [Esquivel, SKINLAB] was feeling the crowd's energy and came out and we did the last two songs together. Steev, the band, and I were all on stage together and we all said how we couldn't believe that this was happening.

"It has been a lot of years since I have performed on the Warfield's stage and I want to thank the fans for all the support and amazing energy that they were giving back to the band. I want to thank the EXODUS guys for giving me a call and feeling confident that I could accomplish this task with such short notice. METAL FOREVER."

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