Watch: Micro-Doc Explores ’90s Tour Featuring Slayer, Alice In Chains, Megadeth + Suicidal Tendencies

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Among the plethora of epic metal tours that have taken place throughout history, by far one of the most coolest is that of the Clash Of The Titans Tour. This insanely wild ’90s tour featured the likes of: Slayer, Megadeth, Alice In Chains, Testament, and Suicidal Tendencies.

The European branch of this tour featured Megadeth, Slayer, Testament, and Suicidal Tendencies, whereas the United States and Canada branch featured Megadeth, Slayer, Anthrax, and Alice In Chains. Each of those lineups are absolutely bad ass. To see all these bands in the ’90s, as they were all releasing incredible new records, would have been a truly awesome time; so for those of you who missed out on seeing this tour in person, we have some good news for you!

Over on the YouTube channel Menza Nation, a micro-documentary has been released that explores this amazing ’90s metal tour! The video features a plethora of great and insightful footage, while also going over interesting details involving the Clash Of The Titans Tour. You can check out the documentary for yourself below! Were you one of the lucky metalheads that got to attend one of the Clash Of The Titan shows? Can you imagine how cool it would be to see all these bands come together again for another Clash Of The Titans Tour today?

Speaking of Alice In Chains, did you hear how Slipknot singer Corey Taylor called their album Dirt one of the greatest records in heavy metal history? Tom Araya of Slayer was also on that Alice In Chains album! Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine recently reflected on the past anger he had for James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, even saying that, between the three of them, he is the “alpha male.” On the flipside, Dave Mustaine has also shared that he would love for the Big Four to come together and try and help out younger bands.