As Testament prepare to hit the road with Slayer and Carcass for one of the biggest metal tour packages of the year, vocalist Chuck Billy took time to discuss the tour, new music, remaining relevant after thirty years and more.
In conjunction with the release of the new album Dark Roots of Earth (out July 31 on Nuclear Blast Records), legendary Bay Area thrashers Testament are giving fans a chance to see the band for free in their hometown.
Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian was forced to sit out of last night’s (Jan. 26) show in Kansas City, Mo., after taking ill. Filling in for Ian at the show were the two guitarists Alex Skolnick and Eric Peterson from co-headliners Testament, as well as musicians from Death Angel who all switched off during different songs throughout Anthrax’s set.
So I'm officially gettin' old...the album that had the biggest impact of my youth has been out for 25 years now. The album had actually been out a little over a year when I first heard it at the age of 15 and it literally changed my life...
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