Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Punk rock's most extreme personality tears up the stage as GG Allin and the Murder Junkies embark on the "Terror in America" tour in support of their final album. The year was 1993 and GG, Merle and the gang had just finished recording Brutality and Bloodshed for All. In the month that followed GG's notorious rage reached a fever pitch as the band toured North America and the troubled lead-singer's wild antics spiraled increasingly out of control. Touted by bassist Merle as "the most violent tour in the history of rock and roll," the "Terror in America" tour finally comes home in this release that's will leave the faint of heart grasping their chests, and the easily offended running for the door.