BRUJERIA To Embark On Spanish Tour In September

Extreme metallers BRUJERIA will embark on a three-date "Don Quijote Marihuana" Spanish tour in September following their successful appearance at the Viña Rock Festival in Villarobledo (Albacete) this past April. The details are as follows:

Sep. 21 - Madrid, ESP @ Heineken
Sep. 22 - Bergara, ESP @ Gipuzkoa (Jam)
Sep. 23 - Barcelona, ESP@ Razzmatazz II

Support on the dates will come from the Spanish metal band HORA ZULÚ, which is currently working on its third album, "El que la lleva la entiende".

BRUJERIA's lineup for the shows will consist of the following:

Juan Brujo - Garganta
Fantasma - Lengua Pesada
Pinche Peach - Lengua Mamón
Hongo (a.k.a. Shane Embury of NAPALM DEATH) - Guitar
Cynico (a.k.a. Jeff Walker of CARCASS) - Bass
Angelito (a.k.a. Tony Laureano of NILE/DIMMU BORGIR) – Drums

BRUJERIA is tentatively scheduled to record a new studio album this summer. No further details are currently available.

(Thanks: www.matarile.com)

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