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Death Tribute?

Discussion in 'Testament' started by SlayerNPG, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. SlayerNPG

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    I remember reading a long time ago that Chuck Billy was going to be part of the Death tribute album that James Murphy is making, I was wondering if anyone knows what song Chuck is gonna sing? Hearing Chuck sing a death song would be crazy. I would love for it to be Lack Of Comprehension, Flattening of Emotions, or I'd take anything off of Symbolic which I think is their best album.
     
  2. one man

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    I'd like to know if him and Eric are still involved in this project. You might want to try ask here- http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=298 - there's a bigger chance of getting a good answer (unless James himself comes here and reads this thread). I personally would like to hear him sing something off ITP, although I'm sure he'd sound killer on any Death song or any song at all :)
     
  3. Krawczus

    Krawczus Metal Up Your Ass

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    Crystal Mountain with Chuck would be killer...
     
  4. Wicked_One

    Wicked_One He Who Kicks Ass

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    I'd agree with SlayerNPG, that Lack of Comprehension would be killer. But how about Spirit Crusher or some old stuff, like Pull the Plug or Mutilation?
     

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