TESTAMENT Offer Second 'Bootleg' Video

San Francisco Bay Area thrashers TESTAMENT are offering the second live "bootleg" video for sale in the "Merch" section of the group's official web site. "This tape features the original TESTAMENT line-up live at the Santa Monica Civic, Santa Monica, CA on December 16, 1989," reads a post on the site. " It includes cool after-show backstage footage."

"Santa Monica, Ca. – December 16, 1989" (view cover here) track listing:

01. Practice What You Preach
02. Sins of Omission
03. The Haunting
04. The New Order
05. Envy Life
06. Greenhouse Effect
07. Alex Guitar Solo
08. Perilous Nations
09. Into the Pit
10. The Ballad
11. Trial by Fire
12. Blessed In Contempt
13. Burnt Offerings
14. Louie Drum Footage
15. Disciples of the Watch

The video is available for $13.00 in the U.S. or $18 overseas (+ $5.00 shipping & handling). For more information, click here.


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