TOXIC HOLOCAUST: Pro-Shot Footage From Munich Posted Online has uploaded professionally filmed video footage (see below) of TOXIC HOLOCAUST's December 15, 2009 performance at Feierwerk in Munich, Germany during the band's recent co-headlining European tour with SKELETONWITCH and GOATWHORE.

TOXIC HOLOCAUST's 2003 debut, "Evil Never Dies", and sophomore album, "Hell On Earth", were reissued earlier this month via Relapse Records. The band also released a limited-edition seven-inch single featuring the "Gravelord" single from "An Overdose Of Death…" as well as two previously unreleased tracks, "666" and "Suicide Eye".

TOXIC HOLOCAUST is currently home writing material for the follow-up to "An Overdose Of Death…." In May, the band will take part in Extreme The Dojo Vol. 24, a three-city Japanese tour alongside MUNICIPAL WASTE and WARBRINGER.


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