TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy joined ANTHRAX on stage Friday night (October 4) at the Rock In Rio festival in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil to perform the latter band's classic song "Indians". Professionally filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.
Billy recently confirmed to the WSOU radio station that TESTAMENT has completed work on the follow-up to 2016's "Brotherhood Of The Snake" album. A late winter/early spring 2020 release is expected.
TESTAMENT's new album was once again recorded with Juan Urteaga and mixed by veteran British producer — and current JUDAS PRIEST touring guitarist — Andy Sneap.
TESTAMENT, EXODUS and DEATH ANGEL will join forces for "The Bay Strikes Back 2020" European tour. The trek will kick off on February 6 in Copenhagen, Denmark and will hit 25 cities before concluding on March 11 in Hannover, Germany.
ANTHRAX is continuing to tour in support of its latest album, 2016's "For All Kings", which was called by some critics the band's strongest album to date. Its arrival followed a five-year period during which the group experienced a rebirth of sorts, beginning with ANTHRAX's inclusion on the 2010 "Big Four" tour with METALLICA, SLAYER and MEGADETH, and continuing with the 2011 release of comeback LP "Worship Music".
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