Testament : nuovo album nel 2019

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Il chitarrista dei Testament Eric Peterson ha confermato, in un’intervista, di aver cominciato il processo di songwriting per il successore di “Brotherhood Of The Snake”, uscito nel 2016:

“It’s kind of like the same thing we did last time, I’m librarying riffs right now and getting ideas. Some of the ideas are on my phone, some are on my Logic and a lot of my ideas I have in my notes. I usually always go, ‘Oh, I’ll remember that,’ and then the next day I go, ‘Fuck! What the hell was that?’ What I do now is if I have an idea, I’ll just get my phone out and hit the voice memo and I’ll write down what I thought and e-mail it. It seems to work pretty well, because when I go back to it a month later, it’s, like, ‘All right. That’s where it was.’ I’ll look at my notes, and I hear, like, one little piece of a note somewhere. That’s happened to me my whole life. There are so many riffs that have gone through my fingers that would’ve taken us to another level, but I forgot. I don’t know that for sure, but I remember that they were really good. I used to have dreams of a song, with singing and everything, and when I wake up, I remember it, but then I get up and make coffee and it starts fading and it’s, like, ‘Oh, shit!'”

Peterson spera che il nuovo album possa uscire nel 2019:

“This is assuming that we don’t take every tour that comes our way, and Chuck seems to be on that page, our plan was to end in August 2018 and maybe get into the studio by the end of 2018 and put the record out in 2019. But, you know, Slayer’s announced their farewell tour and they want us to be a part of it. I would imagine, if that stuff happens, then things will get pushed back a little bit, but the initial plan is to have it out in 2019. [We’re] ready for summer to do all the A markets for festivals and stuff. This summer we’re not doing a lot of festivals; we’re actually talking about bowing out of a couple to make other things happen with the Slayer farewell thing.”

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