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Album Review

Toxic Holocaust's debut, Evil Never Dies, may have originally been released in 2003, but it rocks and rages like it was plucked directly out of the metal underground circa 1983. The group's leader — the appropriately named Joel Grind — managed to pack quite a wallop on this recording, which perfectly laid out the group's subsequent releases. In other words, you know exactly what to expect with each new Toxic Holocaust release — early Metallica/Slayer-styled thrash. Case in point, such eardrum bashers as "War Is Hell," "Enemy of Jesus," "666," and the album closer, "Atomik Destruktor." For thrash so vintage-sounding that it could be passed off as an unreleased album teleported directly from the mid ‘80s, Evil Never Dies is one potent metallic weapon.


Formed: 1999 in Portland, OR

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Toxic Holocaust are a punk-inflected death metal band from Portland, OR, associated with Relapse Records. Influenced by hardcore punk and proto-death metal bands of the 1980s such as Discharge, Hellhammer, Bathory, Venom, and Possessed, Joel Grind founded Toxic Holocaust in 1999. He originally wrote and recorded all of the band's music himself, and after a couple demo releases (Radiation Sickness, 1999; Critical Mass, 2002), he made his official full-length album debut as Toxic Holocaust with Evil...
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