Deliverance will be taking the stage at Mexico City’s Exodo Fest, scheduled for March 25. The veteran thrash metal group was founded in 1985, but, after numerous member changes, founder Jimmy P. Brown remains the only original member. For the Exodo appearance, the band has reunited with former guitarist George Ochoa, former Tourniquet bassist Victor Macias and former Crucified drummer Jim Chaffin.

The Exodo Festival is set to be a metalhead’s delight. Alongside Deliverance, Grave Robber, Deborah, Sacrosent and Pressive are all performing. Haste the Day, Whitecross, Still Remains, Oh, Sleeper and a number of others have previously played the festival.

For more information, head over to the festival’s Facebook page.

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