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  1. Testament - Pandora We're having trouble loading Pandora Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. We're having trouble loading Pandora Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. If that doesn't work, please visit our help page.
  2. EDITORS’ NOTES. Practice What You Preach is a thrash album: deafening, hostile, frenzied, and vehemently anti-authoritarian. Yet it also boasts a truckload of chunky rhythms and fuzzy riffs that speak to Testament’s love for rawk. In this sense, it’s a great crossover effort.
  3. Practice What You Preach fue el tercer disco de los norteamericanos Testament, sin duda el trabajo que les ayudó a despegar definitivamente en cuanto a ventas y éxito de público se refiere. Editado en , en pleno apogeo del Thrash Metal americano, Practice What You Preach tecnifica en parte el sonido Testament, ganando enteros en cuanto a estructuras y detalles rítmicos, en contra de la /5(58).
  4. Nov 02,  · Testament Originally known as Legacy (at that time featuring future Exodus vocalist Steve Souza), Testament is one of the founding fathers of the so-called Bay Area thrash movement of the mid-eighties (see also Heathen, Vio-lence, Forbidden, Death Angel, and others), and unlike most of their former contemporaries who have fallen by the wayside, they have continued to release solid .
  5. The second leg of the Practice What You Preach tour began in January , when Testament was touring Europe with Mortal Sin and Xentrix. Following their first visit to Japan that February, Testament embarked on a two-month U.S. tour with Savatage which featured support from Nuclear Assault, Dead Horse, and Dark heavymetal.dianamathagamarimtrueblade.infoinfo: Thrash metal.
  6. The gothic and occult themes associated with The Legacy and The New Order aren't nearly as prevalent on Testament's third album, Practice What You Preach. Instead, the thrash metallers place more emphasis on subjects like freedom of choice, political corruption, hypocrisy, and /5(58).
  7. Sins of Omission Lyrics. The day's vanished in the night, soon the children pray, pray themselves alone. The hate built from their pride, you can't take away, can't take what they own. The eyes watching from the sky guides them through the haze, calling far away. The rain is black as black, black as night, oh, let them pray.
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