Here are 10 times rock and metal tour lineups didn't make any sense.

Rock has a history of throwing tour lineup curveballs out into the world, such as the pairing of Motorhead and death metal outfit Morbid Angel in 2002, or that of Poison and Pop Evil in 2018.

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Sometimes bills are too like-minded and that can get a bit boring too. If you watch five death metal bands in a row, you're probably going to be pretty worn down by the time the headliner finally hits the stage. It's all a game of balance, trial and error and, sometimes, bizarre experimentation.

10 Times Rock and Metal Tour Lineups Didn’t Make Any Sense

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