TESTAMENT To Be Joined By Ex-MEGADETH Guitarist For New Year's Eve Blowout Bash
Veteran San Francisco Bay Area metallers TESTAMENT will be joined by former MEGADETH/KING DIAMOND guitarist Glen Drover for their New Year's Eve appearance at Fat City in San Francisco, California. Also scheduled to appear are LAAZ ROCKIT, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL and DRAGONLORD.
DUBLIN DEATH PATROL (DDP) features in its ranks TESTAMENT singer Chuck Billy and former EXODUS vocalist Steve "Zetro" Souza.
DRAGONLORD is the San Francisco-based black metal band led by Eric Peterson (guitar, vocals; TESTAMENT).
Drover was interviewed for the November 12, 2008 edition of "The Metal File" podcast from Montreal's CHOM-FM. You can stream the show online at this location.
Glen filled in for Alex Skonick on TESTAMENT's recent Mexican dates with JUDAS PRIEST because Skolnick had prior commitments with the TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA.
Drover left MEGADETH at the end of last year and was replaced by Chris Broderick, who has previously played with NEVERMORE and JAG PANZER.
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