TESTAMENT: More Interview, Performance Footage Posted Online

To celebrate the April 29 release of "The Formation of Damnation", TESTAMENT and Fuse On Demand have teamed up to bring fans exclusive access with the thrash metal gods. Fuse On Demand sat down with TESTAMENT for an exclusive interview earlier this year, which will be available on Fuse on Demand, Comcast on Demand, and Fuse.tv.

In Part 1 of the interview, available now on Fuse.tv and Comcast on Demand, TESTAMENT discusses the making of "The Formation of Damnation". Part 2 of the interview features the guys discussing what it's like to have the classic lineup reunited. Fuse On Demand and Fuse.tv also has studio performances of two brand-new TESTAMENT songs: "The Evil Has Landed" and "Afterlife".

Check out clips of the two interviews and live performance of "The Evil Has Landed" below.

Interview Part 1:

Interview Part 2:

"The Evil Has Landed" live:


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