Sao Paulo based Brazilian old school extreme metal outfit NervoChaos have announced dates for 4 shows in South Africa in October 2019. This will be the second time the band has toured the country and they can’t wait to come back as the bands explains
“Three years have passed since our debut South African tour. A lot has happened since then in our camp. Now we’re honored and proud to announce our return, this October, to set South Africa ABLAZE! We will team up with the almighty FACING THE GALLOWS for a couple of lekker shows, so make sure to not miss out those wicked shows! Stay tuned and keep it fuckin’ METAL!”
They’ll be supported by Johannesburg’s Facing the Gallows at both shows with additional support coming from Bleeding Spawn and Demogoroth Satanum in Johannesburg and Thread of Omen and DevilSpeak in Cape Town.
NervoChaos 2019 South African Tour Details
- 17 October – Platteland, Centurion
- 18 October – Rumours Lounge, Johannesburg
- 19 October – Mercury Live, Cape Town
- 20 October – Aandklas, Stellenbosch
Pre-sale tickets cost R80 and are now available via Quicket. Tickets at the door will set you back R100.
Not familiar with NervoChaos? Check out their music video for their song “Feast of Chain” below
More info about NervoChaos
Fed-up with the entire trend flooding the scene, NervoChaos was born on the spring of 1996. The idea was to create a band playing old-school aggressive and chaotic extreme music. The band gained cult status in the extreme music scene due to their hard work over the past years. This is thanks to them offering a sonic extravaganza in their unique way.
NervoChaos have released seven full length albums. They’ve constantly toured to support their releases. The band is doing around 1000 concerts per year, at clubs and at festivals. In 2019 the band signed a worldwide deal with Hammerheart Records for their 8th full length album, “Ablaze”.
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