Wednesday, October 21, 2009

TOXIC HOLOCAUST have added more dates to their ongoing world tour in support of their Relapse debut An Overdose Of Death… with a three week co-headlining tour through Europe. TOXIC HOLOCAUST will be teamed up with SKELETONWITCH and GOATWHORE for this run of dates that kicks-off on November 27th in the Netherlands. A listing of confirmed tour dates and cities can be found below with more to be announced soon.

TOXIC HOLOCAUST are currently out with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, SKELETONWITCH, and TRAP THEM for a month-long US tour that kicked off in San Diego, CA. A complete listing of TOXIC HOLOCAUST tour dates can be found below.

TOXIC HOLOCAUST’s latest video from An Overdose Of Death…, for “Nuke The Cross”, can be viewed online now at this location. The video was lensed by director Jamie Robillard in Oregon.

TOXIC HOLOCAUST is available for interviews / tour previews upon request. To speak with the band, simply contact Betsey Cichoracki at Relapse Records via any of the means listed at the bottom of this message. Updated TOXIC HOLOCAUST news and tour information will be made available at the Relapse Records website:, and the TOXIC HOLOCAUST MySpace:

***All dates from October 20 thru November 13 w/ THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, SKELETONWITCH, TRAP THEM***

October 20 Colorado Springs, CO The Black Sheep
October 22 Iowa City, IA Picador
October 23 DeKalb, IL The House Café (w/ TRAP THEM)
October 24 Madison, WI Annex
October 25 Columbus, OH The Basement
October 26 Evansville, IN Boney Junes
October 27 Nashville, TN Rocketown
October 28 Memphis, TN Hi Tone (w/ SKELETONWITCH, TRAP THEM)
October 29 Metairie, LA The High Ground
October 30 Jacksonville, FL Jack Rabbits
October 31 Augusta, GA Sector 7G
November 1 Wilmington, NC Soapbox Laundrolounge
November 2 Baltimore, MD The Ottobar
November 3 Farmingdale, NY The Crazy Donkey
November 4 Hartford, CT Webster Underground
November 5 Lemoyne, PA Championship Records (w/ SKELETONWITCH, TRAP THEM)
November 6 Cleveland, OH Peabody’s Down Under
November 7 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
November 8 Louisville, KY Uncle Pleasants
November 10 Syracuse, NY Lost Horizon
November 11 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place
November 12 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
November 13 Bucksport, ME The Kave
November 14 Trois-Rivieres, QC Batisse Industrielle (as part of the Trois-Rivieres Metal Fest)

November 26 Helsinki, Finland Tavastia

***All dates from November 27 thru December 19 w/ SKELETONWITCH, GOATWHORE***

November 27 Nijmegen, Netherlands Doornroosje
November 28 Gent, Belgium Minus One
November 29 Plymouth, UK White Rabbit
November 30 Glasgow, UK Ivory Blacks
December 1 Sheffield, UK Corporation
December 2 London, UK Underworld
December 3 Birmingham, UK Eddie’s
December 5 Camber Sands, UK Pontins Holiday Camp (as part of Hard Rock Hell)
December 7 Nantes, France Le Ferailleur
December 8 Trier, Germany Exhaus
December 9 Hamburg, Germany Hafenklang
December 11 Berlin, Germany Cassiopeia
December 12 Bischofswerda, Germany East Club
December 13 Wroclaw, Poland Wagon
December 14 Prague, Czech Rep. 007
December 15 Munchen, Germany Feierwerk
December 16 Arcene, Italy Soundcheck
December 17 Zurich, Switzerland Abart
December 18 Darmstadt, Germany Muhltal Steinruch Theater
December 19 Essen, Germany Turock

“It’s aggressive, it’s heavy, and most of all, it’s fun.” – Alarm Magazine

“a sound that recalls the punk side of thrash as much as the metal…Channeling both D.R.I. and Bathory from his bedroom studio, Grind has given us one to shred on.” – Metal Edge

“Equal parts nuclear reactive riffage and Repo Man punk attitude!” – Revolver

“There isn’t a track An Overdose Of Death… that won’t immediately induce headbanging, while the choruses will have you shouting right along.” – Metal Maniacs

“when Grind delivers a riff as devastating as the one that propels “Gravelord,” you’ll want to don a black leather jacket – and a gas mask.” – Las Vegas CityLife

“Very rarely do the gods of evil align planets so precisely, so perfectly that an album of this magnitude is possible.” – Exclaim!

“Joel Grind merges DIY thrash-punk and LA rock with a post-apocalyptic, futuristic edge. Refreshing, original thrash, at last!” – Terrorizer

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