TESTAMENT To Be Featured On MILLER HIGH LIFE Promotions Web Site

June 30, 2008

San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans TESTAMENT have teamed up with Miller High Life for a special promotion! Two songs from TESTAMENT's latest album, "The Formation of Damnation", are available for download right now at this location. "More Than Meets The Eye" and "Henchmen Ride" will be available for download for one whole year!

TESTAMENT will be featured on the main MP3 page of Miller High Life's "Extras" section beginning August 16.

TESTAMENT was honored with the "Album of the Year" Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award for its latest album, "The Formation of Damnation". TESTAMENT beat out the other worthy contenders in this category: ATREYU, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, CHILDREN OF BODOM and DOWN.

The Metal Hammer Golden Gods 2008 awards ceremony was held on June 16 at the IndigO2 (O2 Arena) in London, UK.

"The Formation of Damnation" debuted at #59 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has sold 34,000 copies in the United Staes since its April 29 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. "The Formation of Damnation" is TESTAMENT's highest-charting release in the band's 24-year history. The album also dominated at radio, holding the #1 spot on both CMJ and FMQB for several consecutive weeks.

Currently playing the festival circuit in Europe, TESTAMENT will play eight shows with JUDAS PRIEST in late July before kicking off the Metal Masters Tour on August 6 in Camden, New Jersey with JUDAS PRIEST, HEAVEN AND HELL and MOTRHEAD.

An e-card for "The Formation of Damnation" can be accessed at this location.

Fan-filmed video footage of TESTAMENT performing the song "Over the Wall" on June 20, 2008 at the Hellfest in Clisson, France can be viewed below (clip uploaded by Dave Ingham a.k.a. YouTube user "triptykon").

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