BRUJERIA ANNOUNCE US HEADLINING TOUR DATES

The infamous Mextremists Brujeria have announced a second leg of headlining tour dates in the US with support from West-Coast ska-core band Voodoo Glow Skulls and Tex-Mex punks Piñata Protest.

Brujeria have been touring in support of their 2016 release Pocho Aztlan and are currently engaged in a European trek with a batch of festival appearances lined up in May. But they will then embark on a new US tour that is set to kick off in Riverside, California on October 20th 2017 and conclude with a Los Angeles date on November 19th.

The masked band led by Juan Brujo formed in 1989 and has featured a rotating cast of extreme metal musicians (including Shane Embury, Jeff Walker and Nicholas Barker) disguised as mysterious Mexican drug lords. Throughout their career the band has achieved notoriety with their violent imagery and politically-charged lyrics.

Tickets will be on sale from 10am local time on Friday 28th April and ticket info can be found at the band’s website.

BRUJERIA US TOUR DATES 2017

Oct 20th – Riverside, CA (Riverside Municipal Auditorium)
Oct 21st – Sacramento, CA (Ace Of Spades)
Oct 23rd – San Francisco, CA (The Fillmore)
Oct 24th – Portland, OR (Hawthorne Theater)
Oct 26th – Salt Lake City, UT (The Complex)
Oct 27th – Denver, CO (Gothic Theater)
Oct 28th – Lawrence, KS (Granada Theater)
Oct 29th – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
Oct 30th – Cleveland, OH (Cambridge Room House Of Blues)
Oct 31st – Detroit, MI (St. Andrews Hall)
Nov 2nd – Baltimore, MD (Soundstage)
Nov 3rd – New York, NY (Irving Plaza)
Nov 4th  – Boston, MA (Once Ballroom)
Nov 5th – Philadelphia, PA (The Foundry)
Nov 8th – Richmond, VA (The Broadberry)
Nov 9th – Charlotte, NC (The Underground)
Nov 10th – Nashville, TN (Exit In)
Nov 11th – St. Louis, MO (Delmar Hall)
Nov 12th – Tulsa, OK (Vanguard)
Nov 14th – Corpus Christi, TX (Ayers Event Center)
Nov 15th – San Antonio, TX (Rock Box)
Nov 16th – El Paso, TX (Tricky Falls)
Nov 17th – Mesa, AZ (Club Red)
Nov 18th – San Diego, CA (House Of Blues)
Nov 19th – Los Angeles, CA (Mayan Theater)

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