DRAGONLORD Recruit Former TESTAMENT Bassist, Announce Upcoming Gigs

April 19, 2002

San Francisco Bay Area black metallers DRAGONLORD, featuring members of TESTAMENT, have officially announced the addition of bassist Derrick Ramirez (ex-TESTAMENT) to the group's ranks.

DRAGONLORD will be performing at the Bourbon Street Bar and Grill in Concord, California on April 27th. Also appearing on the bill will be GREENHOUSE EFFECT, MUDSLINGER, and LORDS OF THE MANOR. DRAGONLORD will also share the stage with NUCLEAR ASSAULT at the latter's last-ever gig in New York City on Friday, May 10th at CBGB's.

In related news, TESTAMENT/DRAGONLORD drummer Jon Allen will be sitting behind the kit for SWEET LEAF's tribute set to OZZY/BLACK SABBATH next Friday, April 26th at Kimo's in San Francisco.

SWEET LEAF features in its ranks guitarist Steve Smyth (TESTAMENT/DRAGONLORD) and Lance Ozanix (SKITZO).

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