Exumer Announces South American Tour Dates With Artillery
German thrashers Exumer have been confirmed to play a series of live shows in South America in June, 2012. The trek will take the band through Argentina Chile and Brazil. Exumer's Danish thrash masters Artillery are joining them on the whole tour. This is Exumer's first appearance in South American in 24 years, where the band last played in Brazil in 1988.
Vocalist Mem V. Stein comments: "We have been waiting for this moment for a long, long time! It's a huge milestone in our career to return to Brazil after 24 years, where there are numerous online communities that wholeheartedly embrace EXUMER and where our fans have been loyally following us since our first appearances in the 1980s. There could hardly be a more cult tour package, between EXUMER and ARTILLERY, to hit South America and the timing could not be better for us to return there shortly after the release of our new album."
Exumer's first new album in 25 years, "Fire And Damnation," will be released via Metal Blade Records in April 2012.
Artillery's Michael Stützer Comments: "Artillery are looking forward to come to South America to play for some of the most dedicated thrashers in the world. It has been one of our main goals from the start of Artillery and we are so excited to play for the headbangers, who has supported us through all these years!"
Tour dates are as follows:
05.30 - Buenos Aires @ Astbury Argentina
05.31 – Santiago (Chile) @ Teatro Teleton
06.01 – Belo Horizonte/MG (Brasil) @ Music Hall
06.02 – São Paulo/SP (Brasil) @ Hangar 110
06.03 – Recife/PE (Brasil) @ Teatro Mauricio de Nassau
06.04 – Porto Alegre/RS (Brasil) @ Bar Opinião
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