SEPULTURA To Play 'Secret' Gig In Brazil
SEPULTURA will play a "secret" gig for their Brazilian Fan Club, guests and the press at an as-yet-undisclosed location in Brazil next week. According to their official web site, the band are currently working hard on the promotion for their new album, "Roorback", in Brazil, with lots of TV shows, radio shows, interviews and in-stores scheduled to take place during the coming days. "Roorback" has shifted 13,619 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, while the band's 2002 live album, "Under A Pale Grey Sky", has sold 23,877 units to date.
Upcoming SEPULTURA tour dates:
Nov. 10 - Hamburg - GER @ Markthalle
Nov. 11 - Kiel - GER @ Traumfabrik
Nov. 12 - Münster - GER @ Skater's Palace
Nov. 13 - Hannover - GER @ Capitiol
Nov. 15 - Göttingen - GER @ ZHG
Nov. 16 - Stuttgart - GER @ Rohre
Nov. 17 - Fribourg - SWI @ Fri-son
Nov. 18 - Basel - SWI @ Kaserne
Nov. 19 - Eindhoven - NETH @ Effenaar
Nov. 26 - Brisbaine - AUS @ The Arena
Nov. 27 - Sydney - AUS @ NSW Uni
Nov. 28 - Melbourne - AUS @ The Metro
Nov. 30 - Adelaide - AUS @ TBC
Dec. 02 - Perth - AUS @ The Lookout
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