TESTAMENT To Offer Live 'Bootleg' Videos

San Francisco Bay Area thrashers TESTAMENT are offering live "bootleg" videos for sale in the "Merch" section of the group's official web site. "These are in very limited quantities and will feature the band in different eras," according to a post on the site. "There will be just one pressing of each tape, so get your copy A.S.A.P.! This month is live in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1994 with the 'Low' line-up."

"Buenos Aires, Argentina '94" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Low
02. Legions (In Hiding)
03. The Preacher
04. All I Could Bleed
05. Alone In The Dark
06. Burnt Offerings
07. Ride
08. Trial By Fire
09. Trail of Tears
10. Hail Mary
11. Dog Faced Gods
12. Over the Wall
13. Disciples of the Watch

The video is said to be "pro quality" and is available for $15.00 in the U.S. or $20 overseas (+ $5.00 shipping & handling). For more information, click here.

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