That Tour Was Awesome

That Tour Was Awesome: Anathema/At the Gates/Cradle of Filth (1994)

October 19, 2017 Greg Pratt

In which we look back on when Anathema , At the Gates, and Cradle of Filth toured Germany in 1994, with input from some of the guilty parties involved.

That Tour Was Awesome: Pestilence/Autopsy/Bolt Thrower (1990)

August 10, 2017 Greg Pratt

Our latest That Tour Was Awesome looks back on when Pestilence , Autopsy , and Bolt Thrower terrorized Europe in 1990.

That Tour Was Awesome: Ultimate Revenge Tour, Venom/Slayer/Exodus (1985)

February 22, 2017 Greg Pratt

As a special bonus to go along with our new Top 100 Metal Tours of All Time special issue, we rounded up members of Exodus, Slayer, and Venom to talk about 1985’s Ultimate Revenge Tour for our latest That Tour Was Awesome.

That Tour Was Awesome: Neurosis/Voivod/Today Is the Day (1999)

January 26, 2017 Greg Pratt

Our latest That Tour Was Awesome looks back at the time that Neurosis, Voivod and Today is the Day blew Europe’s mind in 1999.

That Tour Was Awesome – Botch/Jesuit/The Dillinger Escape Plan (1998)

January 12, 2017 Kevin Stewart-Panko

For this installment of “That Tour Was Awesome” we’re going to submit for your consideration a tour that was as awesome as it was not-so-awesome.

That Tour Was Awesome: Ministry/Helmet/Sepultura (1992)

October 27, 2016 Shane Mehling

The frontmen for each band—Ministry‘s Al Jourgensen, Helmet‘s Page Hamilton and Sepultura‘s Max Cavalera—share stories from one of the most oddly perfect mixes of diversified brutality in metal history. Get ready for tales of heroin, highway crashes and a puke-covered Eddie Vedder.

That Tour Was Awesome: Pantera/White Zombie/Eyehategod (1996)

August 4, 2016 Greg Pratt

Eyehategod in arenas; White Zombie‘s final tour; Phil Anselmo of Pantera overdosing. Our second installment of That Tour Was Awesome is not for the faint-hearted.

That Tour Was Awesome: Grindcrusher UK, Napalm Death, Morbid Angel, Bolt Thrower, Carcass (1989)

June 9, 2016 Greg Pratt

For our first instalment of That Tour Was Awesome, we speak with members of Bolt Thrower, Carcass, Morbid Angel, and Napalm Death about the legendary Grindcrusher UK 1989 jaunt.