In the spring of 1993, GG Allin was released from prison once again after serving the remaining year of his sentence. He was ready to continue his mission to destroy Rock & Roll and rebuild it in his name. In April, he would once again join forces with The Murder Junkies, who were anxiously waiting to stand beside him in battle. After spending time in a NYC studio recording their final album together, GG was ready to continue his onslaught against society and anyone else who stood in his way. His anger had escalated, and he was spiraling completely out of control. The tour kicked off in May," says Murder Junkies bassist (and Allin's brother) Merle Allin, "and for a one month period, we tore up the country like no band had ever done before. GG's animalistic behavior and vicious display of rage, chaos and total domination is more evident than ever during these performances. After viewing this DVD, you will understand why 'Terror in America' was the most violent tour in the history of Rock & Roll. I truly believe that the physical abuse that GG's body suffered during this time was a contributing factor in his untimely death.
The Fastlane: Asbury Park, NJ 4.25.93 Filmed By Peter Demattia
5th Street Warehouse: Austin, TX 5.18.93 Filmed By Evan Cohen
Somber Reptile: Atlanta, GA 5.15.93 Filmed By Evan Cohen
GG Allin & The Murder Junkies @ Don Fury Studio, NYC - 4.93
GG Hanging Out At Family Pool In Littleton, NH - 7.91
GG Getting Tattooed At Laguna Beach Shop, CA - 5.20.93
GG Doing An Instore Appearance At Mondo Video, Hollywood, CA - 5.21.93