The first leg begins tonight, when the original quartet — bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld, guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei, guitarist Bobby Hambel and drummer Danny Schuler — kick off the first concert at the Vodafone Arena in Melbourne, Australia.
“It is monumental to have everyone back for this," Seinfeld said. "We have accomplished a great deal in 20 years — as individuals and as a band. It’s great to be performing together again and giving the fans what they crave.”
For four intense shows, the tour hits Australia and New Zealand.
After this evening’s show, the band heads to Sydney on Sunday, where they’ll perform at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. On Tuesday, they perform at the Riverstage in Brisbane and on Thursday, they head to Auckland, New Zealand.
Biohazard was founded in 1988 and went on to produce eight studio records and sold over four million albums before disbanding in 2005.
Since 2002, Seinfeld has been the manager of wife Tera Patrick’s adult film career. Together, they have built Teravision into one of the industry's most successful production companies.
In addition to Teravision, Evan also directs and performs under the stage name Spyder Jonez. He has produced a growing number of No. 1 hit movies such as “Reign of Tera” and “TeradiseIsland.”
Seinfeld and Patrick are working on a book and television pilot about their life.
For more information on the Biohazard tour, visit the band’s website.
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