On November 20, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with Joel Grind of TOXIC HOLOCAUST at the Grove Of Anaheim in Anaheim, California. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.Video footage of TOXIC HOLOCAUST rehearsing a brand new song — which will appear on the follow-up to the band's "An Overdose Of Death" album — can be viewed below. When not on tour, the group has been writing for the new CD with plans to enter the studio in December. An early 2011 release via Relapse Records is expected. TOXIC HOLOCAUST is currently criss-crossing the country for four weeks. The band recently joined DANZIG, POSSESSED, MARDUK and WITHERED for the "Blackest of The Black" tour before heading out on its own headline dates in late November. Interview (audio):
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