Metallic bruisers Hatebreed head up the latest round of announcements for Bloodstock Festival. Check out who else will be joining them in August.
Soufly have just confirmed an early 2020 North American tour, with Toxic Holocaust and X-Method, supporting their their latest release, Ritual, via Nuclear Blast.
Landing October 4th via Entertainment One, Primal Future: 2019 stands shoulder to shoulder with Toxic Holocaust’s best work, a futuristic joyride of fist-pumping metal.
Deathcore stalwarts Carnifex have been announced as support for brutal death metal legends Dying Fetus across selected dates throughout the UK & Europe this August.
Venom Inc., currently on their “Bloodstained Earth Tour”, came through the Phoenix area stopping at Club Red in Mesa, AZ with The Convalescence, Toxic Holocaust and Goatwhore!
With its release now just one week away, Portland metal/punk assassins, Toxic Holocaust, spew forth the furious fruits of their Chemistry Of Consciousness full-length in its entirety! Chemistry Of Consciousness will drop in North America on October 29th (October 25th in Benelux/Germany/Finland and October 28th in UK/World) on CD, LP and digitally.
In honor of its release today, Toxic Holocaust are streaming their new album From The Ashes Of Nuclear Destruction in its entirety! The monolithic 22-track anthology compiles over a decade’s worth of Toxic Holocaust rarities into one maniacal compilation of hostile bliss. Amassing the band’s many contributions to various comps and vinyl-only splits with the likes of Municipal Waste, Midnight and others, alongside demo versions of timeless Toxic Holocaust, From The Ashes Of Nuclear Destruction is a historic romp through the history of one of today’s most revered punk metal deviants.
Dave Tejas, vocalist for the punk band Krum Bums, spoke with me recently about the group’s latest disc, Cut The Noose. This is a band that has been around for a while now and it’s good to see them still releasing records and touring. They’ll be on tour this summer alongside Toxic Holocaust. Here’s what Tejas had to say.
I’m new to the Toxic Holocaust camp and have had no previous exposure to these guys, other than what I’ve read. I have to be honest, from the very first song, “Judgment Awaits You,” I was sold hook, line and sinker. Conjure and Command is top notch blackened thrash metal; brash and in-your-face, this CD grabs you by the balls and does not let go.