MALEVOLENT CREATION To Tour Brazil, Record Live Album/DVD
Veteran death metallers MALEVOLENT CREATION will embark on their first Brazilian tour since 1991 during July. Brazilian fans will be treated to an 18-song set list spanning the band's recording career. Some of the shows are being filmed and recorded for a future DVD and live album release. Upon returning home from Brazil, the band will be heading over to Europe for a string of festival dates, including Wacken Open Air, Party.San Open Air and Brutal Assault Open Air.
Confirmed tour dates are as follows:
Jul. 02 - Porto Alegre, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 04 - Curitiba, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 05 - São Paulo, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 06 - Rio de Janeiro, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 10 - Brasilia, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 11 - Recife, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 12 - Fortaleza, BRA @ TBA
Jul. 13 - São Luiz, BRA @ TBA
Aug. 02 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air
Aug. 08 – GER @ Party.San Open Air
Aug. 09 – CZR @ Brutal Assault Open Air
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