For the first time since 1996, brothers and metal co-conspirators Max and Iggor Cavalera are hitting the road. The duo will tour together as The Cavalera Conspiracy this summer.
The Cavalera Conspiracy is the brothers' first collaboration since Max exited the legendary Sepultura over a decade ago. The summer dates, which begin in mid-July and find the band hitting several US and Canadian markets, support their Roadrunner Records debut, Inflikted, which came out in March to much fanfare. Selling over 9,000 copies its first week, the album was lauded by the press, with Max and Iggor appearing on the cover of Metal Edge.
The Cavalera Conspiracy will headline the tour, with heavy hitters Dillinger Escape Plan, Throwdown, Bury Your Dead and Incite as support acts, elevating the tour to "can't miss" status in addition to making this one of the most brutastic tours of the summer.
Tour dates are as follows:
July 17 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
July 18 - The Palladium, Worcester, MA
July 19 - The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza, New York, NY
July 20 - The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza, New York, NY
July 21 - Rams Head Live, Baltimore, MD
July 23 - Vic Theater, Chicago, IL
July 24 - Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, MI
July 25 - Wake Stock, Toronto, ONT Canada
July 26 - McMahon Stadium, Calgary, ALB Canada (Monsters of Rock fest)
July 27 - Myth, St. Paul, MN
July 29 - Gothic Theater, Englewood, CO
July 31 - The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
Aug 2 - House of Blues, Anaheim, CA
Aug 5 - House of Blues, Hollywood, CA
Max and Iggor Cavalera started their musical journey with Sepultura, breaking down barriers and opening the doors for metal in their native Brazil. The pair has long been considered torchbearers for aggressive music. And yes, Iggor has changed the spelling of his name and added a second "g." That's not a typo.