Havana.– Sepultura, the Brazilian rock and roll group with greatest international fame, will be invited by the Cuban Agency of Rock for the festival summer days, informed the Cuban Institute of Music.
The famous band will offer two gigs organized by the Cuban Agency of Rock and the Young Communist League. Performances are scheduled for July 18 at the Antimperialist Tribune and on July 20 in Santa Clara.
Sepultura is the Latin American rock and roll band with greatest international impact since its creation in the state of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, in the 80’s of last century. Creator of emblematic albums within that rhythm like Roots, of strong social content in favor of autochthonous cultures and the recovery of the Latin American identity.
Although this band no longer has two of its original founding members, the brothers Max and Igor Cavalera, still has a tremendously rhythmic forces that has taken them to perform in different world scenarios and to work next to famous figures of rock like the North American group Metallica and the North American vocalists Jonathan Davis and Mike Patton from the groups Korn and Faith No More, respectively and the Brazilian musician Carlinhos Brown.