After a postponement due to the pandemic, Sepultura is coming to El Paso with a stacked tour lineup.

El Paso Seultura fans were heartbroken when their April 5th, 2021 tour date in El Paso was postponed. The COVI-19 pandemic was still raging on and organizers and the band weren't sure fans were ready to come back to a full capacity show. The show was postponed in March and fans weren't sure when they would be able to see the Brazilian metallers in El Paso.

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Now, Rockhouse has announced the updated tour date and the lineup is stacked for this show. Sepultura will be bringing their Quadra North American tour to El Paso on Sunday, April 3rd. Sepultura has added Sacred, Reich, Crowbar, and Art of Shock to the bill.

Tickets for this show will go on sale through Hold My Ticket website. The show is ages 21 and up but minors will be allowed with a parent or guardian in attendance.  The Rockhouse is located at 9828 Montana. You can find out more information about this show on the Facebook Event page.

Sepultura spent their quarantine launching weekly podcasts where they collaborated with other rock and metal musicians. They have now taken those songs and created the Sepulquarta albumthat will be released on August 13th. The album features guests such as Devin Townsend, Matt Heafy, Danko Jones, and more per Loudwire.

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