TESTAMENT's BILLY: 'In Full Swing Ahead'

TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy has posted the following message to the band's official web site:

"What's up everyone? Just wanted to let you know that on 'Valentine's Day' I had my FINAL two operations to remove a port from my chest and both surgeries were a complete success. Yesterday I had seen my surgeon Dr. Sweezer, the coolest cat out there, and he said 'Get out there and enjoy life, YOUR DONE!' We said 'Thanks and hope we never have to see you again.' He laughed and said 'Only at your concerts.' So we are in full swing ahead. Practicing for our show in March in S.F. and our European tour in April. There are great offers out there for touring and we are in the process of working out schedules, so hang tight and we'll see you in the next coming months. Thanks for hanging in there with me and see ya soon. CB And remember 'METAL FOREVER!' "


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