BRUJERIA Singer Interviewed By Mexican TV: Video Available
BRUJERIA's official Brazilian web site has posted a video file containing BRUJERIA singer Juan Brujo's interview with the Mexican TV show "Telehit". Download the ZIP file at this location.
As previously reported, Brujo was arrested for possession of an illegal weapon (machete) and illegal drugs following the band's performance in Tijuana, Mexico on Saturday, July 17. A financial compromise was eventually reached to the singer to perform the show but still to be arrested immediately after the band's performance and taken to jail, where he spent three days negotiating his release.
BRUJERIA will play two shows at São Paulo, Brazil's Hangar 110 on August 5-6. Support on August 5 will come from CRIMINAL, SUBTERA and ARE YOU GOD? Opening on August 6 will be CRIMINAL, CONFRONTO and HUTT.
Juan Brujo - Vocals
Asesino (a.k.a. Dino Cazares, ex-FEAR FACTORY) - Guitar
Hongo Jr. (a.k.a. Nicholas Barker, ex-CRADLE OF FILTH, DIMMU BORGIR) - Drums
Hongo (a.k.a. Shane Embury, NAPALM DEATH) - Bass
Fantasma – Additional Vocals
Pinche Peach – Additional Vocals
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