Testament have officially postponed their spring tour with The Black Dahlia Murder, Municipal Waste and Meshiaak due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the band’s full statement below:
“Hi everyone! We unfortunately are going to have to reschedule our upcoming North American spring tour. Please bear with us while we work to get the new dates together with our team. Please hold onto your tickets as they will be honored for the newly scheduled dates. We hope everyone is staying safe, staying home, and we look forward to rocking out with you soon.”
We recently caught up with frontman Chuck Billy to discuss their new album, Titans of Creation, as he revealed how the tour was no longer a go for this spring, stating:
“Well we have a tour in 2020 that we’ve been trying to book, since last year that’s been in the works. So this tour that we’re doing, well we were supposed to do here in April, it’s postponed, but we’re going to re-book the tour in September and it’s going to be probably a different line up, but it’s going to be a good line up. People are really going to be excited for it. And we’ll see, but you know, things could change. They could turn and shut down everything for the next year, we just don’t know. So right now, we’re shooting hoping for September and that’s kind of our goal right now is to hopefully be able to do America in September.”