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TOXICROSE Releases New Single, 'The Fallen Ones'

Swedish rock band TOXICROSE has released a new single, "The Fallen Ones". The song was produced with CRASHDÏËT's Martin Sweet, the brother of TOXICROSE drummer Michael, and was mixed by Chris Laney. It was mastered by Claes Persson at CRP Recording AB. The official lyric video for "The Fallen Ones" can be seen below. Formed ...

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CRASHDÏET Guitarist Launches SWEET CREATURE

SWEET CREATURE is a new hard rock band fronted by Martin Sweet, best known as lead guitarist for Swedish sleaze rockers CRASHDÏET. Together with brother Michael of TOXICROSE on drums, Tin Star of GEMINI FIVE on bass, and longtime songwriting partner Linus Nirbrant from THIS ENDING on rhythm guitar, the group has recorded a full-length ...

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TOXICROSE: 'We All Fall Down' Video Released

"We All Fall Down", the new video from Swedish sleaze rockers TOXICROSE, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's debut album, "Total Tranquility", which will be released on May 16 via City Of Lights/Rock It Up. The cover artwork for the CD was created by Juanjo Castellano and can be seen ...

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TOXICROSE: New Audio Interview With ANDY TXR

On January 28, Brian Rademacher of RockEyez conducted an interview with singer Andy TXR of Stockholm, Sweden-based rockers TOXICROSE. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below. "A Song For The Weak", the new video from TOXICROSE, which features Tom Wouda (GEMINI FIVE), Andy and Michael Sweet (both ex-LIPSTIXX ...

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Sweden's TOXICROSE To Release Debut EP Next Month

"A Song For The Weak", the new video from TOXICROSE, the Stockholm, Sweden-based heavy rock band featuring Tom Wouda (GEMINI FIVE), Andy Lipstixx and Michael Sweet (both ex-LIPSTIXX 'N' BULLETZ) and Goran Imperator (ex-SEXYDEATH), can be seen below. The clip was helmed by director Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company, who has previously worked with ...

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