Tag: Toxic Holocaust

Interview: Toxic Holocaust talk 25th Anniversary with Belgian Jasper!

It might seem hard to believe but the 25th Anniversary of Toxic Holocaust is upon us! Mastermind Joel Grind spoke exclusively to Belgian Jasper about the bands monumental plans for 2024 along with the re-issue For “Tomorrow Never Dies” in this exclusive interview with the Blackened Thrash warrior. Also on the tarot cards are his

Review: “Malefactors” Split EP by Boundless Chaos & Idle Ruin

Mastered by the Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust fame, Australians Idle Ruin and Germans Boundless Chaos join forces for a split EP titled “Malefactors“, five new tracks of dark, Thrash infused Death Metal savagery. A small new offering from both bands while they’re both in the studio working on debut full lengths, this split is

Bootleg: Head In A Jar in Sydney!

Including a trio of covers of classics by The Sweet, Green Jello and Black Sabbath, here’s a full set from Thrash Metal oddities Head In A Jar at Frankie’s Pizza in Sydney Australia on Sunday 21st November. Returning to the stage with cuts from their Joel Grind (Toxic Holocaust) Mastered new EP “Suburban Witchcraft“, this

Review: “Aces Wild” by Sadistic Force

After two well received EPs in “Pain, Sex, and Rapture” and “Blood Moon Sadism” (the later being mastered by Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust) released in January and February this year, Austin Texas Blackened Thrash trio Sadistic Force have decided to go all out and release a full debut album in “Aces Wild” and end

Review: “Suburban Witchcraft” by Head In A Jar

Returning to Sydney’s Adversary Studios and the watchful gaze of producer Aaron Worboys (Bastardizer, Golgothan Remains, Graveir) who recorded their last album “Free From The Fridge“, Head In A Jar have continued their journey down the yellow brick road in order to perfect their brand of Thrash Metal which is built on the foundations of

Review: “Cursed Be Thy Kingdom” by Bewitcher

“The goal on this one was to make a classic sounding rock and heavy metal record, but filter it through the Bewitcher lens. It’s more personal and observational in certain spots, but with all the pleasures of flesh, magic, and sin that one could ever expect from Bewitcher. This record is nearly two years in

Review: “A New Dawn” by At Sacrament

In the heart of South America, Nicolás Peralta (Rhythm guitar, solos), Renato Zandonai (Drums), Alexis Martínez (Vocals), Fabián Giménez (Rhythm guitar, solos), Wilson Paniagua (Bass guitar) formed Thrash act At Sacrament against all odds, in the middle of a Pandemic. They formed in Ciudad Del Este Paraguay in early 2020 and spent six months writing “A New

NEWS: Let Us Prey enter the ghost realm…

…with just 14 days to go until Let Us Prey drop “Virtues Of The Vicious” via M-Theory Audio, the band have shared a lyric video for “Ghost Echoes“. To whet your appetite for the album, let us tell you that it was recorded by Nick Bellmore (Hatebreed, Toxic Holocaust, Five Finger Death Punch) and Pete Rutcho

Review: “Free from the Fridge” by Head In A Jar

Uncompromising speed, a triple vocal attack and a thematic focus on the bizarre? That would be Sydney Australian Crossover Thrash Metallers Head In A Jar. Drummer Marcus Alvarez is the only member of the band not leading his throat to the bands work with bassist Adrian Suljanovic and guitarist duo Nick Coady and Gordy Whyte