“Biohazard’s music speaks to the violent, aggro and disenfranchised youth of our global, urban, tribal, hardcore heavy metal community," Seinfeld said. “Our fans used our music as a soundtrack to a positive release for their negative energy."
The tour, which started last night in Allentown, Pa., will continue through Dec. 7 with a concert in Stockholm, Sweden. The complete itinerary can be found on the Biohazard website.
Biohazard was founded in 1988 with guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei, bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld, guitarist Bobby Hambel, and drummer Danny Schuler. Biohazard began opening for local hardcore and thrash bands and gradually built a large following through their music and constant touring. The group released the first of its 10 albums in 1990. The band has gone through a series of personnel and label changes and performed more than 3,000 concerts in more than 80 countries, ib concert line-ups with Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne, Pantera, Slayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cypress Hill, David Bowie, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, the Prodigy, Aerosmith, Midnight Oil, Kiss and Iron Maiden.
Seinfeld is married to adult performer Tera Patrick and takes an active part in the couple's business dealings, overseeing their company Teravision's several websites, production, distribution and licensing deals and performing with Patrick in videos. He is the featured performer in the company's newest website, RockStarPimp.com.
More dates for the Biohazard tour are expected to be added next year.