Tag: Toxic Holocaust

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

Review: “Pitchfork Justice” by Shatter Brain

There are a few areas of the World that we lovingly refer to as hotbeds of Metal talent, one of which is Australia. Adelaide in South Australia is home to Shatter Brain, a band with a big reputation and not that much music to show for it. Tom Santamaria (Vocals), Matt Disisto (Guitar), Jack Hartley

Interview: Municipal Waste talk to Resurrection Fest!

Richmond Virginia crossover Thrash act Municipal Waste played their first show at a Richmond New Year’s Eve Keg party and then got blamed for inciting a riot. They spoke to Resurrection Fest three months before their current EP “The Last Rager” appeared in this newly renovated interview before their set at Spain’s biggest Metal Festival.

Interview: Toxic Holocaust talk “Primal Future”!

As Portland Oregon Thrash Kings Toxic Holocaust are touring 2019’s “Primal Future“, mastermind Joel Grind talks about balancing his band with working with other artists in his studio in this new interview with Heavy New York. Believe it or not, they’re celebrating 20 years on the scene and still have plenty of ideas for new

Bootleg: Toxic Holocaust in Brooklyn, New York!

October 2019 saw Portland Oregon Thrashers Toxic Holocaust land “Primal Future” on our ear drums like it was 1984 with Mastermind Joel Grind changing his game and celebrating after 20 years on the scene. Here’s a full pro-shot set from them playing live at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New York City on 29th February

NEWS: Hazzerd want you to “Sacrifice Them (In The Name Of God)”!

With the release of their sophomore album “Delirium” fast approaching on 24th January, Calgary-based thrash quartet Hazzerd have unveiled the record’s breakneck opening track, “Sacrifice Them (In The Name Of God)”. The album was mixed and mastered by Johnny Gasparic (Into Eternity) and features cover artwork by Andrei Bouzikov (Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust, Skeletonwitch) and

Documentary: Toxic Holocaust on Bus Invaders!

Joel Grind of Toxic Holocaust has been hard at work of late, enhancing his reputation with Recording, Mixing and Mastering credits left right and centre. As if “Nightmare Logic” from Powertrip wasn’t enough, the new Exhumed album “Horror” has been on the recent agenda. So taking time out to tour with his band and GWAR,

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Exodus!

Aside from Testament, Exodus are arguably the other biggest band outside of the Big Four of Thrash, best known for Gary Holt’s incredible guitar work and although they’ve had a myriad of frontmen including Rob Dukes who is the man (“Shovel Headed Kill Machine” enough said!) , probably Steve “Zetro” Souza’s uniquely dry vocals. Although