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Toxic Holocaust

Toxic Holocaust: apocalypse now

Chemistry Of Consciousness, Toxic Holocaust’s forthcoming first album in five years proves once again that thrash is at its most potent when a) you throw in a whole bunch of sonic pollutants, and b) you actually sound like some badass, nuclear-apocalypse-surviving warrior of the wastelands.

Featuring all manner of d-beats, caustic, black metal atmospheres, true punk venom and an air of genuine menace throughout, Chemistry… – released on October 25 via Relapse Records – is scabrous, coal-eyed thrash metal that that belongs more in the unholy, confrontational company of bands like Destroyer 666, Aura Noir and Nekromantheon than it does in the cleaner cut, more classicist purveyors of the form. Now head honcho Joel Grind has released the track Rat Eater like some particularly nasty flesh-ravaging virus and you can hear it exclusively right here. Thash till death! And beyond!

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Are you about to go on an adventure and you are just plum out of ideas of how to score it? Well, Scale The Summit have an album for you! It’s is called The Migration and it is guaranteed to provide the perfect soundtrack for your next mountain climb, deep sea battle, or hot coal …

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Topping their 2011 record Bilateral was going to be simply impossible; Leprous achieved something with that one. Instead, the band took a much different, natural, almost slower approach at their sound for Coal that takes a few listens to really grasp. On the surface the record is very simple and non-complex, but God is in …

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Amazing awards shows? We shit ‘em. Get excited.

….tickets to see Motorhead, Airbourne, Five Finger Death Punch, Paradise Lost and Coal Chamber. COME OOOON!.


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“The Cloak”, the new video from Norwegian progressive metallers LEPROUS, can be seen below, The song somes off the band’s new album, “Coal”, which will be released on May 28 in North America (May 20 in Europe) via InsideOut Music.

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Norwegian prog metallers Leprous will release the new album “Coal” on May 28th in North America (May 20th in Europe) via InsideOut Music. In anticipation of this release, the band is now revealing the cover artwork, which was conceived by American artist Jeff Jordan, who previously created the artwork for the band’s last album, “Bilateral” ( reviewed here ) in addition to working with The Mars Volta.

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Norwegian progressive metallers LEPROUS will release their new album, “Coal”, on May 28 in North America (May 20 in Europe) via InsideOut Music.

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Acclaimed Norwegian prog metal band Leprous is getting ready to release new album “Coal” on May 28th in North America and May 20th in Europe via InsideOut Music. “Coal” was produced by Heidi Solberg Tveitan & Vegard Tveitan of Mnemosyne, and Jens Bogren & Tony Lindgren mixed and mastered the album at Fascination Street Studios.

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Ihsahn-approved Norwegian progressive metallers Leprous have unveiled new track Chronic exclusively through Hammer. Here’s what the chaps had to say:

“We’re delighted to finally be able to give you the first taste of our upcoming album Coal. It’s a melancholic, soulful and very dynamic album. Where Bilateral was playful and in-your face, Coal is subtle and floating. Chronic however, is of the more dynamic songs of the album. With a heavy basis, the songpinches a nerve Leprous has never before explored.”

Listen below!

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Europe’s “Bag of Bones” U.K. tour kicks off this coming Wednesday, November 21st at Birmingham o2 Academy with special guests StoneRider. A full listing of tour dates is available below.

Europe will perform songs from the new “Bag of Bones” album including “Not Supposed To Sing The Blues” and “Demon Head,” plus classics “Rock The Night” and “The Final Countdown.” Tickets for the U.K. tour are available here. Dates are as follows:

Birmingham 02 Academy Wednesday 21 November
Glasgow 02 ABC Thursday 22 November
Manchester HMV Ritz Friday 23 November
Newcastle 02 Academy Sunday 25 November
Leeds 02 Academy Monday 26 November
Nottingham Rock City Tuesday 27 November
Bristol 02 Academy Thursday 29 November
Cardiff Coal Exchange Friday 30 November
London 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire Saturday 1 December

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