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Sepultura

Sepultura Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 816,424
Category Thrash Blues, Thrash Metal, Hardcore & Hardstyle, Metal
Concerts
Sep
06
Espaço Unimed
São Paulo
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Sep
07
Espaço Unimed
São Paulo
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Sep
08
Espaço Unimed
São Paulo
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Oct
30
Zénith de Paris
Paris
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Oct
31
Stadthalle Offenbach
Offenbach Am Main
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Nov
01
The Rock Circus 2024
Ak 's-hertogenbosch
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Nov
01
Inselparkhalle
Hamburg
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Nov
02
Palladium Köln
Köln
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Nov
03
Sepulfest 2024
's-hertogenbosch
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Nov
05
Ancienne Belgique
Brussels
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Nov
06
Rockhal
Esch-sur-alzette
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Nov
08
Manchester Academy
Manchester
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Nov
09
Olympia Theatre
Dublin
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Nov
10
The Telegraph Building
Belfast
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Nov
11
Barrowland Ballroom
Glasgow
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Nov
12
Eventim Apollo
London
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Nov
14
THE HALL
Dübendorf
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Nov
15
Mhp Arena
Ludwigsburg
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Nov
16
Zenith
Munich
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Nov
17
Barba Negra
Budapest
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Nov
19
Haus Auensee
Leipzig
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Nov
20
Gasometer
Wien
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Nov
21
Spodek
Katowice
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Nov
22
Columbiahalle
Berlin
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Nov
23
O2 Universum
Hlavní Město Praha
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Nov
24
O2 Universum
Hlavní Město Praha
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About Sepultura
Sepultura is a phenomenon. For over twenty-five years, the band from Brazil has been delivering a brutal mix of metal, hardcore, thrash, punk and tribal that could hardly be more intense or more passionate. What had begun in Belo Horizonte in 1984 soon turned into a metal hurricane of threatening proportions and has taken on undreamt-of dimensions since the enlistment of American vocalist Derrick Green in 1998. You have to experience this band live on stage to understand the fascination that this South-American act holds. And Sepultura's current songs always indicate the future of heavy metal. -------------------------- SEPULTURA BIO 2016 (by Dom Lawson) Class is eternal and metal is forever. The road to heavy music glory is littered with the shattered corpses of those that didn’t have the strength to complete the journey. But true masters always win through, and Sepultura have long since earned their status as legends of the metal world. In 2017, they return with more fire in their collective belly than ever before. Machine Messiah is coming… Formed in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in 1984, Sepultura swiftly became major players in the burgeoning thrash metal underground. With a sound that was as inventive and exuberant as it was raw and primitive, the band shattered preconceptions by planting South America firmly on the metal map, as early albums like Morbid Visions, Schizophrenia and Beneath The Remains helped to shape the sound of this new, brutal strain of heavy music. With a dogged devotion to touring anywhere and everywhere, Sepultura steadily built up one of the most dedicated fan bases on the planet, and while the ‘90s caused many metal bands to struggle creatively and commercially, the Brazilians went from strength to strength: both 1993’s Chaos AD and its groundbreaking follow-up Roots in 1996 were instant classics and have since proved to be hugely influential on several generations of metal musicians. The departure of frontman and founder member Max Cavalera in 1997 could easily have derailed a less focused outfit, but the recruitment of vocalist Derrick Green later that same year proved to be a masterstroke. The last two decades have seen Sepultura evolve, diversify and thrive, releasing a steady succession of devastating records that have added great depth and diversity to the band’s illustrious catalogue. From the scattershot euphoria of Green’s first album Against in 1998 and the snarling groove barrage of 2003’s Roorback to the gleaming, riff-driven futurism of 2011’s Kairos and the Ross Robinson-produced mutant extremity of the widely acclaimed The Mediator Between Head And Hands Must Be The Heart, released in 2013, Sepultura’s progress has been perpetual and their artistic integrity impeccable. Ever more revered as a destructive and exhilarating live band, the current lineup of Derrick Green, guitarist Andreas Kisser, bassist Paulo Jr. and drummer Eloy Casagrande recently celebrated Sepultura’s 30th anniversary with an unrelenting world tour that confirmed beyond doubt that the Brazilian crew are on the form of their lives right now. Fast-forward to 2017 and Sepultura are poised to release an album that promises to once again reaffirm the band’s status as standard bearers for heavy music. Recorded with esteemed producer and engineer Jens Bogren (Opeth/Kreator/Ihsahn/Paradise Lost) manning the controls, Machine Messiah is not just the band’s 14th studio album – a remarkable enough feat in itself – but it is also quite simply the most complete and absorbing album the band have made in the Derrick Green era. Thrillingly broad in musical scope but always firmly rooted in the spirit and fire of no-nonsense heavy metal, it is clearly an album that the band have crafted with great love, passion and determination. “We worked a lot in Brazil, doing as much pre-production as we could, to make it as complete as possible,” Andreas Kisser explains. “So when the producer comes, he comes with his suggestions and ideas and we refine the songs and then finally record it all. Jens was an amazing addition to the project. He’s a great producer. He’s very attentive to the details. I’m very happy with the sound – Jens mixed the album as well, in Sweden. We had an amazing time over there. We’re very excited about this record and we can’t wait for the it to come out!” Ranging from the stately menace of the slow-burning title track and the heads-down fury of classic thrasher I Am The Enemy to the esoteric percussive riot of Phantom Self and the monstrous dark metal behemoth of Sworn Oath, Machine Messiah strikes an exquisite balance between delivering the goods and veering joyously off-piste. An album of meticulously crafted songs, but also of jaw-dropping individual moments, it reaches an epic and invigorating crescendo with the glowering, nightmarish Cyber God, as one of Kisser’s finest ever solos spirals, soars and fades to black. A towering achievement and a bona fide team effort, Machine Messiah may just be the finest Sepultura album yet. “There are lots of new elements on this record, and that’s something we always do,” says the guitarist. “We always put 100% energy and passion into it. We talk about everything a lot, especially when it comes to the lyrics and finding the best way to express what we want to say. Derrick did his best job on this record. His voice sounds amazing and he can really sing! He really took over the lyrical part this time, too. Everyone was really professional. Even Paulo worked on his bass arrangements at home by himself, which he’s never done before! That’s what we need in Sepultura. I think this is one of our best albums, because it’s a real band effort.” Armed with their finest album in decades and itching to get back on the road to share their new music with the faithful, Sepultura have never been in such a confident and content state of mind. Machine Messiah emerges into a troubled world, but its extraordinary contents are guaranteed to lift the spirits of any loyal metalhead. This is metal with a giant heart, a head full of inspiration and one foot planted squarely on the accelerator. The messiah is coming. Praise be! “It’s a privilege to be in a band like Sepultura, 32 years into a career, and these are possibly the best times of all for us,” says Kisser. “It took a long time after Max left, we lost everything, so it took a while to rebuild everything and to find the right people to do stuff for us, but we’re in a good place now and we’re really excited about 2017. I love touring, man! We can’t wait to get back out there. Onstage is where the time stops and you lose your connection with reality and go somewhere else, and you have that exchange of energy with the crowd. It’s life - pure life.”
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Genres
Thrash Blues, Thrash Metal, Hardcore & Hardstyle, Metal
Band members
Derrick Green - Vocals, Andreas Kisser - Guitars, Eloy Casagrande - Drums, Paulo Jr. - Bass
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What fans are saying
Fabio
5 / 5
Esse foi meu terceiro show da tour e acredito que foi o melhor disparado. Lugar excelente, puta estrutura e localização. A galera estava muita massa. O setlist foi muito bom com músicas do Against.
Audio São Paulo, Brazil
Dec 10, 2018
Fabio
5 / 5
O Sepultura é com certeza a maior banda do Metal brasileiro... Um show sensacional, de qualidade técnica absurda, um som perfeito, redondo, pesado! Sempre que houver Sepultura na cidade, é espetáculo na certa!
Sesc Parque Dom Pedro II Brás, Brazil
Mar 31, 2019
James
5 / 5
This was the best concert Ive seen in a LONG TIME !!! All of the band were hitting hard and we’re on point, but I especially loved Spirit World! Rock on!
The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
May 26, 2023
Vanessa
3 / 5
A top night! Missed max and Igor of course as an old school fan but mix was pretty good, I think drums could of been more miked. Great vibe! Well done Sep!!
Metro Theatre Sydney, Australia
May 21, 2018
Carlos
3 / 5
Pra falar a verdade não gosto da fase Derick Green...mas como era de graça eu fui pra rever amigos e tal...o lugar é muito bom para outros eventos do tipo...
Sesc Parque Dom Pedro II Brás, Brazil
Mar 31, 2019
Simon
5 / 5
Not seen them since 2010, same venue, same steamy weather, same energy. Full respect for playing older stuff from chaos AD. Excellent support from Cagefight and Raging Speedhorn.
The Waterfront Norwich, United Kingdom
Jun 17, 2022
Ryan
5 / 5
Awesome show. Long time fan (since the '90's) but first time seeing Sepultura. It was a fun and energetic show—a lot of the new songs sound great live.
Blind Tiger Greensboro, NC
Mar 24, 2022
Trent & Rachel
5 / 5
Great show, but Kreator could have been a better headline act - they know how to get the crowd going. There was no mosh left for Sepultura
The Fillmore Silver Spring, MD
May 16, 2023
Margarita
5 / 5
Great sound great vocals I relive almost all my life following Sepultura and their heavy metal music. Thank you. Sepultura lit up our lives.
The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
May 30, 2023
John
4 / 5
Bands were great! But the venue needs to have card options or at least an atm at the venu if you can't use cash.
Centro de Convenciones Barranco Barranco, Peru
Apr 17, 2024
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Sepultura Tour Cities
AK 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Ludwigsburg, Germany Manchester, United Kingdom São Paulo, Brazil Dübendorf, Switzerland Offenbach, Germany Katowice, Poland Köln, Germany Budapest, Hungary Brussels, Belgium Belfast, United Kingdom Hlavní město Praha, Czechia Leipzig, Germany Vienna, Austria 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Dublin, Ireland Paris, France Berlin, Germany Hamburg, Germany Munich, Germany Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg Glasgow, United Kingdom London, United Kingdom

Frequently Asked Questions About Sepultura

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Sepultura on tour?

Yes, Sepultura is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Sepultura concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Sepultura tour is scheduled for 26 dates across 23 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Sepultura scheduled to play?

Sepultura is scheduled to play 26 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Sepultura tour start?

Sepultura’s tour starts Sep 06, 2024 and ends on Nov 24, 2024. They will play 23 cities; their most recent concert was held in São Paulo at Espaço Unimed and their next upcoming concert will be in Ludwigsburg at Mhp Arena.

What venues is Sepultura performing at?

As part of the Sepultura tour, Sepultura is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Sep 06 - São Paulo, SP @ Espaço Unimed
Sep 07 - São Paulo, SP @ Espaço Unimed
Sep 08 - São Paulo, SP @ Espaço Unimed
Oct 30 - Paris, 75 @ Zénith de Paris
Oct 31 - Offenbach Am Main, Germany @ Stadthalle Offenbach
Nov 01 - Ak 's-hertogenbosch, NB @ Brabanthallen 's-Hertogenbosch
Nov 01 - Hamburg, HH @ Inselparkhalle
Nov 02 - Köln, Germany @ Palladium Köln
Nov 03 - 's-hertogenbosch, NB @ Brabanthallen
Nov 05 - Brussels, Brussels @ Ancienne Belgique
Nov 06 - Esch-sur-alzette, 03 @ Rockhal
Nov 08 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Academy
Nov 09 - Dublin, County Dublin @ Olympia Theatre
Nov 10 - Belfast, NIR @ The Telegraph Building
Nov 11 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ Barrowland Ballroom
Nov 12 - London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Apollo
Nov 14 - Dübendorf, Switzerland @ THE HALL
Nov 15 - Ludwigsburg, BW @ Mhp Arena
Nov 16 - Munich, BY @ Zenith
Nov 17 - Budapest, Hungary @ Barba Negra
Nov 19 - Leipzig, SN @ Haus Auensee
Nov 20 - Wien, Wien @ Gasometer
Nov 21 - Katowice, Poland @ Spodek
Nov 22 - Berlin, BE @ Columbiahalle
Nov 23 - Hlavní Město Praha, Hlavní město Praha @ O2 Universum
Nov 24 - Hlavní Město Praha, Hlavní město Praha @ O2 Universum
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