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Testament and Lamb Of God To Co-Headline Pulp Summer Slam 10

04/14/2010
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Testament and Lamb Of God will co-headline "Pulp Summer Slam 10" in the Philippines, taking place this Saturday, April 17th, 2010 at the Amoranto Stadium in Quezon City, Manila.

The Pulp Summer Slam Festival is known as largest metal festival in the Philippines today. An extra special aspect of the Pulp Summer Slam 10 is the amazing ticket price of only $6.50 US, which equates to 300 Philippine pesos. Included with price of admission are sodas, beer, pizza, and free cell load.

Testament front man Chuck Billy commented on the bands upcoming trip to the Philippines, "We have played countless venues all over the world, but this is the first time ever that Testament will be playing in the Philippines. It is an honor for us to be bringing metal to a country that does not normally have many metal shows and we are stoked to be co-headlining alongside our friends in Lamb Of God. People of the Philippines, get ready to get Into the Pit with Testament."

Testament will be returning to Europe for a handful of festival dates this summer, including a brand new date at ATAK in Holland! A list of dates and festivals can be found below:

Testament European Festival Dates
5/13-Switzerland-Pratte-Metal Fest Open Air Festival
5/14-Germany – Dessau –Metal Fest Open Air Festival
5/15-Austria –Minning-Metal Fest Open Air Festival
5/16-Netherlands – Enschede - ATAK (new date!)
5/17-Quezon City, Philippines Amoranto Stadium – Pulp Summer Slam 10 Festival
7/2–Helsinki –Finland –Tuska Open Air Festival
7/4-Plezen-(near Prague)Czech Republic-Basin FireFest

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