TOXIC HOLOCAUST: Two New Songs Posted Online
Seattle, Washington-based thrashers TOXIC HOLOCAUST have posted two new tracks "Gravelord" and "War is Hell" (re-recorded version) on their MySpace page. Both cuts come off the group's new album, "An Overdose Of Death", which is set for a September 2 North American release (September 8 internationally). The CD was recorded with producer Jack Endino (HIGH ON FIRE, ZEKE, DWARVES) at Soundhouse Recording studios.
Abort Magazine's E.S. Day recently conducted an interview with Joel Grind from TOXIC HOLOCAUST. Listen as Joey takes Day back to Grind's old-school thrash roots to talk about the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) and the band's recent signing to Relapse Records.
Check out the podcast at this location.
TOXIC HOLOCAUST has posted new in-studio footage shot while recording "An Overdose Of Death" in Seattle. This second episode can be viewed below.
TOXIC HOLOCAUST will begin touring in support of "An Overdose Of Death" this summer as they join AT THE GATES on their reunion tour. This tour, which also includes DARKEST HOUR and MUNICIPAL WASTE, will kick off on July 9 in New York City. TOXIC HOLOCAUST will follow up the trek with an appearance at the Hole In The Sky Festival in Norway and a fall tour with OVERKILL.
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