Relapse Records has announced the signing of TOXIC HOLOCAUST.
TOXIC HOLOCAUST has released two full-length albums, "Evil Never Dies" and "Hell on Earth", in addition to several split releases and 7" singles since forming in '99. TOXIC HOLOCAUST's newest material will appear on the upcoming "Thrashing Like A Maniac" compilation due out on January 21 via Earache along with DEKAPITATOR, MUNICIPAL WASTE, and more. Brand new TOXIC HOLOCAUST tracks will also appear on the "Speeds-N-Spikes" split 7" series, due out later this month, where the band will be paired up with BLUDWULF. The band is currently writing the follow-up album to "Hell On Earth" which is expected to see a spring/summer release via Relapse.
TOXIC HOLOCAUST has always taken the more punk rock approach to metal, embracing a D.I.Y. attitude to self-book tours of Australia, Japan, Europe, Brazil, Canada, and the full U.S. The band is currently wrapping up a brief tour of the North-West United States and has most recently been added as main support on the MUNICIPAL WASTE U.K. and European tour in February.
For more information, including upcoming tour dates, visit the band's MySpace page.
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