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MAX & IGGOR CAVALERA Announce More "Return To Roots" Tour Dates with IMMOLATION, FULL OF HELL

Max Cavalera did promise more Roots dates and today he delivered. He and brother Iggor Cavalera announced a second leg of the Return to Roots tour, where they play the legendary Sepultura album Roots in its entirety.

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They also have killer openers for this leg of the tour: Immolation and Full of Hell. Here are the dates:

02/09 Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
02/10 Tucson, AZ – The Rock
02/11 Lubbock, TX – Jakes Sports Cafe
02/12 Houston, TX – Scout Bar
02/14 Dallas, TX – Trees
02/15 Austin, TX – Grizzly Hall
02/16 Little Rock, AR – Revolution Music Room
02/17 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
02/18 Columbus, OH – Alrosa Villa
02/19 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
02/20 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
02/21 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
02/22 Rochester, NY – Montage Music Hall
02/23 Chicago, IL – Portage Theater
02/25 Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
02/27 Billings, MT – Pub Station
03/01 Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
03/02 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
03/03 San Francisco, CA – Slims
03/04 Santa Ana, CA – Observatory

We interviewed Max & Iggor about the tour earlier this year, and he made it clear he wanted to keep the Roots tour going:

I hope next year we can do a little bit more of it, even though it's twenty one years. We'd love to do it again with a couple of different bands opening up. Igor reached out the other day to the Full of Hell guys, and maybe we can get them out on the tour with us. That would be awesome. We could get some other cool new bands to be a part of it, and then we'll probably continue until it's time to do another Cavalera album which will eventually come to that. I think what's cool about this is that I think this tour is going to inspire what we do on the next Cavalera record. Because it's a really inspiring tour. Just to see all the fans back and see new fans, kids that weren't even born when Roots came out, and they're in the crowd, going crazy over it. It's a trip for us as musicians to see that. And we know how important "Roots" was for the metal world. It's the album that broke out a lot of barriers, with the tribal stuff we did. Nothing like that was done before, so it's a groundbreaking record that's fun to play live.

Watch the full interview below:

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