Goodbye to Gravity and 9.7 Richter open for Testament band in Bucharest

Goodbye to Gravity and 9.7 Richter open the concert held by the US thrash metal band Testament for the first time present in Bucharest at the Roman Arenas on August 12, report the organizers, Phoenix Entertainment. Goodbye to Gravity and 9.7 Richter bands will stir up the atmosphere before the American band comes on stage. The public will be able to get as of 6 pm and the concert will kick off at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available in the Eventim network and also online on for RON 92.
Known as one of the most popular US metal bands, Testament was among the first bands to join the mainstream once they released their album “Big Four of Thrash.”
The band founders were guitar player Eric Peterson and his cousin, lead vocal Derrick Ramirez in 1983 in San Francisco Bay Area as their initial name was Legacy. All the “ingredients” that made Testament excel will be present at the Bucharest show: Chuck Billy’s growl, Alex Skolnick’s guitar talent, Eric Peterson’s mind-blowing harmonies, Gene Hoglan at drums (aka “the atomic clock”) and Steve Di Giorgio, known for his remarkable bass guitar skills.
At the concert in Bucharest, the public will have the opportunity to listen to a selection of songs from the albums that made the band win their celebrity but also songs on their latest album “Dark Roots of the Earth.” The album came 12th in the Billboard 200 rankings as it represents the highest position by now.

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