TOXIC HOLOCAUST: New Song Posted Online

"Nowhere To Run", a brand new song from TOXIC HOLOCAUST, can be streamed on the band's Facebook page. The track comes off the group's long-awaited new album, "Conjure And Command", which will be released in North America on July 19 (one day earlier internationally) via Relapse Records. The effort will be made available on multiple formats, including digital, CD, 12-inch vinyl, as part of a deluxe double LP package, and a limited-edition deluxe CD and DVD set that includes a full TOXIC HOLOCAUST live set.

The CD is available for pre-order at this location, with additional pre-order options and images of deluxe packaging to be posted shortly.

TOXIC HOLOCAUST recorded "Conjure And Command" at Dexters Lab Recording in Milford, Connecticut with TOXIC HOLOCAUST/KINGDOM OF SORROW drummer and engineer Nick Bellmore (HATEBREED, PHANTOMS).

The CD's complete track listing is as follows:

01. Judgment Awaits You
02. Agony Of The Damned
03. Bitch
04. Red Winter
05. Nowhere To Run
06. I Am Disease
07. In The Depths (Of Your Mind)
08. The Liars Are Burning
09. Revelations
10. Sound The Charge

Live footage of TOXIC HOLOCAUST performing "I Am Disease" during a recent show in Brooklyn, New York can be viewed below.

In other news, TOXIC HOLOCAUST has announced a handful of East Coast tour dates with punk rock icons LEFTOVER CRACK, including an appearance at the East Coast Tsunami festival.


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