BIOHAZARD European Tour Update

February 5, 2002

Here's an update from BIOHAZARD's ongoing Tour Against Terrorism European trek, as reported by drummer Danny Schuler:

Greetings from Deutschland (Germany)!! We made it to Europe! I was kinda nervous flying with all this terrorism crap goin' on, but you can't let fear run your life! nothing can stop us from reaching our people!!! Anyways, today we are in Koln, Germany at the Live Music Hall. The shows have been going so great, we're playing lots of new stuff and a lot of classic stuff too. We've been on tour in the US for so long, we were forgetting how incredible the Euro BIO people are!!! The shows have been sick! I really think that Europe is the greatest place for heavy underground music. Nothing against our people in the USA, but so many people in America let all that pop sh.t run their lives, I can't deal with that cheesy sh.t, ya know? I have always been a true fan of the music I love, and I don't let all that radio or video sh.t with or influence my opinions. Anyways, I'm rambling, don't get me started!! We'll be here in Europe 'till Feb. 28th, then it's home for a break. Hopefully we'll be touring through the summer in Europe and the US!!! If only some other big bands had the balls to bring us on some of those big US festival tours. Oh well, we'll keep doing what we do no matter what! all that cheesy sh.t! Think for yourself! Fight for your rights! Don't take no sh.t off nobody!! Buy our records!! Hahahahah!!!!! Danny

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