SEPULTURA: New Rehearsal Video Footage Posted Online

Brazilian thrashers SEPULTURA are currently rehearsing for their upcoming European headlining tour, which is scheduled to kick off on March 6 in Stockholm. Support at the shows will come from Israeli metallers BETZEFER and South Africa's FOREVER WILL BURN.

Check out video clips of SEPULTURA rehearsing for the tour:

"Boycott" (video)
"Activist" (video)

Pictures from the rehearsal sessions can be found at this location.

SEPULTURA European tour dates:

Mar. 06 - Stockholm - Sweden - Debaser Medis Club
Mar. 07 - Gotheburg - Sweden - Tradgarn Club
Mar. 08 - Hannover - Germany - Musikzentrum
Mar. 10 - Praha - Czech Republic - Rock Cafe Club
Mar. 11 - Karlsruhe - Germany - Substage Club
Mar. 13 - Paris - France - Laloco Club
Mar. 14 - Verviers - Belgium - Salle Le Kursaal
Mar. 15 - Deventer - Holland - Burgerweeshuis Club
Mar. 16 - Each/Alzette - Luxemburg - Rockhal
Mar. 17 - Boblingen - Germany - Sporthalle Stadium
Mar. 18 - Berlin - Germany - K17
Mar. 19 - Munich - Germany - Backstage Club
Mar. 20 - Wien - Austria - Planet Music Club
Mar. 21 - Winterthur - Switzerland - Salzahaus Club
Mar. 22 - Pordenone - Italy - Deposito Giordani Club
Mar. 23 - Alicante - Spain - Sala Nave8 Club
Mar. 24 - Katowice - Poland - Metalmania Festival 2007
Mar. 25 - Corroios - Portugal - Cine-Teatro De Corroios Club
Mar. 29 - Skopje - Macedonia - TBA
Mar. 30 - Nicosia - Cyprus - TBA
Mar. 31 - London - England - Carling Inslington Academy

SEPULTURA completed its first North American tour in nearly four years in December. Support at the shows came from SWORN ENEMY, DIECAST and SUICIDE SILENCE. The trek marked the band's debut U.S. appearance with their new drummer, Jean Dolabella (ex-UDORA), who replaced founding member Igor Cavalera in June. Check out several video clips from the tour at

As previously reported, a nine-minute video interview with Andreas Kisser, conducted in early December 2006 by during the band's visit to New York City, has been posted online at this location (Windows Media).


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