Testament Release “Native Blood” Music Video

Bay Area thrash legends Testament have just unveiled the official music video for their song “Native Blood.” Check out the Mike Sloat-directed clip below.

The video was filmed on Hopland Indian Reservation in Hopland, California, as the song’s lyrics deal with singer Chuck Billy’s Native American heritage.

“Native Blood” is taken from the band’s upcoming tenth studio album, Dark Roots of Earth, which is out tomorrow on Nuclear Blast Records.

Testament will once again hit the road with Anthrax and Death Angel this September, and you can find the full run of tour dates below the video.

Testament, Anthrax, Death Angel Tour Dates

9/14 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
9/15 – Portland, OR @ Roseland Theatre
9/16 – Kennewick, WA @ Toyota Center (Kennewick)
9/17 – Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
9/19 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox at The Market
9/20 – Vancouver, BC – CANADA @ Vogue Theater
9/21 – Calgary, AB – CANADA @ MacEwan Hall
9/22 – Edmonton, AB – CANADA @ Edmonton Event Centre
9/24 – Saskatoon, SK – CANADA @ Odeon Event Center
9/25 – Winnipeg, MB – CANADA @ Burton Cummings Theatre
9/29 – Toronto, ON – CANADA @ Danforth Music Hall
9/30 – Quebec City, QC – CANADA @ Capitole du Quebec
10/02 – Montreal, QC – CANADA @ Metropolis
10/03 – Portland, ME @ State Theater
10/05 – Montclair, NJ@ Wellmont Theatre


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  • Native4Life

    This New Video is bad ass, Im so glad Chuck Billy finally did something to represent his roots, Im a proud Native myself and it felt good to watch and feel this song that represents a very strong and proud culture, good job Testament!!!

    • dr. davidson

      Finally representing? So the cut “Trail of Tears” from Low in 1994 and the cut “Allegiance” from The Gathering in 1999 didn’t count?