BRUJERIA, the extreme metal project led by former FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares (a.k.a. El Asesino), have announced two more shows later this month.
The group, whose current lineup is completed by vocalist El Brujo, NAPALM DEATH bassist Shane Embury (a.k.a. Hongo), and drummer Nick Barker (a.k.a. Hong Jr., DIMMU BORGIR, ex-CRADLE OF FILTH), will be playing the following dates during October:
Oct. 18 - Monterrey, MEX @ Cafe Iguana
Oct. 19 - McAllen, TX @ La Villa Real
Oct. 26 – Ventura, CA @ The Ventura Theater
As previously reported, support at the Ventura gig will come from BAD ACID TRIP (who have a CD coming out through SYSTEM OF A DOWN frontman Serj Tankian's Serjical Strike label in 2004), LEPRA (underground death metal from Los Angeles) and EDEN IN FLAMES (blasting grind from Ventura). Tickets are $20.00 and are available through Ticketmaster and the Ventura Theater box office.
BRUJERIA's previously announced show at Allen's Theatre in Southgate, California on September 27 was cancelled last month after "the city of South Gate as well at its police department would not allow the BRUJERIA show to go on," according to an official statement from the group.
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