In the wake of the cancellation of EXODUS' Brazilian shows (now being re-scheduled for late October), a number of aggrieved bands originally scheduled to act as support on the tour have teamed together for the "Fuck Off Zetro" festival (in "honor" of the now-departed EXODUS singer Steve "Zetro" Souza, whose split with the band led to the tour's cancellation). The event, scheduled to take place on September 25 in Belo Horizonte, will feature performances from DROWNED, BETRAYER, HELLTRUCKER, ABSOLUTE DISGRACE and PERPETUAL DUSK.In other EXODUS-related news, a bunch of photos taken at the group's gig in Mexico City last weekend (Sept. 11) have been posted online at this location. The concert, which immediately followed the band's Japanese headlining tour, featured a guest appearance on vocals by EXHUMED frontman Matt Harvey (filling in for Souza).
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