TESTAMENT Singer To Guest On Tonight's 'Black Night Meditations'

Vocalist Chuck Billy of the San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal legends TESTAMENT will be interviewed live tonight at 10:00 p.m. on the "Black Night Meditations" radio show on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

"Black Night Meditations" is a four-hour metal radio show that focuses on black, death, thrash, power, shred, doom, prog and traditional metal every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. EST.

For more information and to stream the show live, go to www.blacknightmeditations.com.

TESTAMENT guitarist Alex Skolnick was one of the featured guests on "The Metal File" with Mike Metal this past Friday night, April 25.

You can now listen to the interview in streaming audio at this location.

An e-card for "The Formation of Damnation", the new album from TESTAMENT, can be accessed at this location. The CD is being release in North America today (April 29) via Nuclear Blast Records. The cover artwork was created by Eliran Kantor and can be seen at this location.

The band recorded "The Formation of Damnation" in part with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, EXODUS, ARCH ENEMY, NEVERMORE) at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California.

As previously reported, TESTAMENT will be the featured artist on MTV for an entire week later this spring as part of the channel's "52/52" campaign. Performances including footage shot on April 2 on the Alcatraz Island (more commonly known simply as Alcatraz) and video material that was filmed at the April 6 concert at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City along with interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage will air throughout the week.

MTV's "52/52" is a brand new way for the channel to give unprecedented exposure to unsigned artists, indie bands, and established acts on major labels in a completely new and innovative way. MTV handpicks one band/artist per week for the entire year and gives them the equivalent of roughly 11 hours of on-air commercial time per week on the channel.


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