TESTAMENT: 1999 'Bootleg' Live DVD Now Available

San Francisco Bay Area thrashers TESTAMENT are currently offering the third "bootleg" in DVD format for sale in the "Merch" section of the group's official web site. "Testament - Live in Osaka Japan 1999" was filmed in Osaka, Japan during the band's 1999 "Riding The Snake Tour".

"Testament - Live in Osaka Japan 1999" (view cover here) track listing:

01. DNR
02. Down For Life
03. Demonic Refusal
04. Low
05. Burnt Offerings
06. Into the Pit
07. Bass Solo
08. Souls of Black
09. Three Days In Darkness
10. Eyes of Wrath
11. True Believer
12. The Legacy
13. Riding the Snake
14. Legions of the Dead
15. Practice What You Preach
16. Over the Wall
17. Dog Faced Gods
18. The New Order
19. Disciples of the Watch

Special Features: Backstage footage before show

The video is available for $18.00 in the U.S. or $23 overseas (+ $5.00 shipping & handling in U.S., $8.00 shipping & handling overseas). For more information, click here.


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