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Album Review

Recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York on February 15, 2013, Dark Roots of Thrash, a riff on the name of the thrash legends' 2011 tenth studio album Dark Roots of Earth, offers up 18 blistering live cuts spread over two discs, including longstanding Testament classics like “Burnt Offerings,” “Apocalyptic City,” “Disciples of the Watch,” and “Into the Pit,” and current fan favorites such as “DNR (Do Not Resuscitate),” “True American Hate,” and “Native Blood.” The Nuclear Blast-issued Dark Roots of Thrash is also available as a triple-disc set, the third being a DVD of the Tommy Jones-directed concert film, which puts the viewer right in the middle of the action with liberal shots from the mosh pit cam. [The Nuclear Blast-issued Dark Roots of Thrash is also available as a triple-disc set, the third being a DVD of the Tommy Jones-directed concert film, which puts the viewer right in the middle of the action with liberal shots from the mosh pit cam.]

Customer Reviews

AWESOME "Live" recording

W/o a doubt, one of the best in concert recordings I've ever heard. Testament really brings it on this release: kudos to the band for keeping Thrash Metal alive & well in this century! Just buy it & CRANK IT WAAAYYYY UP!!!!

live?

if you want to hear a good live album check out live in london..

I have this on when I study for religion

Great show and everyone was great. But Greg deserved more attention. Even if he's not doing as much as Skolnick or Hoglan he should at least be noticeable in more than 5 shots.

Biography

Formed: 1985 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Testament were the biggest thrash metal band never to reach the platinum plateau. In fact, the San Francisco quintet seemed on the verge of challenging Metallica (their most obvious influence) in the melodic thrash sweepstakes, but their run toward the top was eventually derailed by inconsistency, bad business decisions, and the genre's dwindling appeal. Unable to change with the times like Metallica,...
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