DIMMU BORGIR Drummer Joins BRUJERIA
DIMMU BORGIR drummer Nick Barker (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH) has reportedly joined BRUJERIA as the replacement for Raymond Herrera (FEAR FACTORY). The band, who are led by former FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares, are scheduled to make a live appearance on September 4 at Club Alondra (formerly Clark Center Bowl) in Bellflower, California. Also set to perform on the bill are CEPHALIC CARNAGE.
As previously reported, BRUJERIA will join SOULFLY on the upcoming Aztlan Fest '03 tour, which showcases the top international Latin artists and the hottest up-and-coming talent from the U.S., Mexico and Latin America. Also set to appear on the bill are Latin rap pioneers DELINQUENT HABITS and Mexico's hottest ska-punkers CABRITO VUDU. The festival will set out late September through mid-October, hitting nearly 12-15 top Latin markets in United States. The tour officially kicks off in Mexico during Mexican Independence.
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