On April 5th 1977, AC/DC would begin a tour of Europe in support of Black Sabbath, taking them through France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Sweden.
While in Sweden, Malcolm was involved in an altercation with Black Sabbath’s bass player, which led to AC/DC’s expulsion from the tour. Malcolm recalled the incident during an interview with UK music magazine Q in 2003 "We were staying in the same hotel, and Geezer was in the bar, crying in his beer, '10 years I've been in this band, 10 years--wait till you guys have been around 10 years, you'll feel like us.' I said 'I don't think so.' I was giving him no sympathy. He'd had many too many [drinks] and he pulled out this silly flick knife."
The last concert of the tour took place on April 22nd at the Scandinavium in Goteborg, which would also become the final show with bassist Mark Evans.