Members Of TESTAMENT To Play New Year's Eve Show With LAAZ ROCKIT, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL

Members of TESTAMENT will team up with LAAZ ROCKIT, DUBLIN DEATH PATROL and DRAGONLORD for the "New Year's Eve Blowout Bash" on December 31 at Fat City in San Francisco, California.

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).

TESTAMENT has recruited guitarist Glen Drover (ex-MEGADETH, KING DIAMOND) to fill in for Alex Skolnick on the band's current Mexican tour dates with JUDAS PRIEST.

TESTAMENT's new album, "The Formation of Damnation", is available on limited-edition green vinyl at www.testamentlegions.com. Supplies are limited to 2,500 copies worldwide, so order your copies today before they sell out! "The Formation of Damnation" limited-edition green vinyl also ships with a bonus poster and band logo patch.

"The Formation of Damnation" debuted at #59 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and is TESTAMENT's highest-charting release in the band's 24-year history. The album, which has sold 50,000 copies in the U.S. so far (according to Nielsen SoundScan) also dominated at radio, holding the #1 spot on both CMJ and FMQB for several consecutive weeks.

An e-card for "The Formation of Damnation" can be accessed at this location.

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