Founding ex-Sepultura members Max and Igor Cavalera toured Europe and Latin America last year, paying tribute to their former band's 1989 album Beneath the Remains and 1991 album Arise albums. In an interview with That Metal Interview, Max said the tour is likely coming to America with "probably another cool band" this summer.
"We are just paying tribute to our old records. We played Roots for awhile, and last year, we did a lot of Beneath The Remains and Arise together, and that was great. People love it, fans love it, especially in Europe and South America. Some of the South American shows are on YouTube; you can see Mexico and Chile, and the crowd is singing every song. Those records are so iconic; they're masterpieces of that era. So we're gonna do more of that. We're gonna bring it to America, probably in the summer, with probably another cool band, have a cool package. So that's pretty much what I'm doing with Igor right now — just paying tribute to our old stuff."
No word on when the tour will take place just yet, but this should be pretty good!