News published Thursday, April 17, 2014

Another Brazilian band is hampered by the U.S. Consulate to take their music to the most powerful country in the world.

Having everything ready, bags packed, scheduled dates and announcements all over the world, NERVOCHAOS, due to a delay of the U.S. immigration service, did not have their visas for the country released within the time limit stipulated before.

This is not an isolated case. Recently, in late 2013, the biggest metal band from Brazil, Sepultura, had the visas refused in the last minute and had to cancel more than 20 shows in the U.S. and reschedule for this year (Source:

“Our sincere apologies to the fans, local producers, MASTER and Chris (Dark Friday Entertainment). We hope to resolve this issue, which escapes our reach, to finally be able to invade the U.S. territory. We wish a great tour to our friends from MASTER. We are very sad but also calm once we did everything to make the visas be issued in time. Unfortunately we were stuck in the bureaucracy of the North  American machine, but we didn’t give up, and we will get there yet this year”. Comments the drummer Edu Lane.

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