As much as I appreciate the nod to humanity, I like the animated shots of the marching soldier the best. The mechanical strut is sure to spell doom for all who cross it’s path.

There is no doubt in my mind that thrash has found it’s way back to the forefront of metal. Offering the velocity of extremity without the death vomit vocals many despise. The music is more accessible than many of the other sub-genres inhabiting the underground.

Toxic Holocaust has been radiating the masses since 1999. The band has stayed true to their form, never deviating from their trajectory. A mass of molten metal reshaping society, bringing about hell on Earth.

Last year the band unveiled their latest pre-cursor to cybernetic war, Primal Future 2019, which hit the streets on October 4th, 2019 via eOne. A new music video, “New World Beyond”, has been unleashed to spread the virus.

“New World Beyond” pays homage to the ‘80s in this new video. Super imposed ghostly images, neon colors and big sunglasses take center stage in this performance offering.

The shots of the roaring crowds are great, not only demonstrating the strength of Toxic Holocaust’s fan base but it’s ability to infect the masses.

As much as I appreciate the nod to humanity, I like the animated shots of the marching soldier the best. The mechanical strut is sure to spell doom for all who cross it’s path.

The famed gas mask on the drummer is a fitting tribute to the Toxic visual library.

Check out this new video by Toxic Holocaust and let this thrash anthem be your one-way ticket to the “New World Beyond”! \m/

Toxic Holocaust are:

Joel Grind – Vocals, Bass (Guitar, Drums – Studio)

Tyler Becker – Drums (Live)

Eric Eisenhauer – Guitar (Live)

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