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Conjure and Command

Toxic HolocaustAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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TOXIC HOLOCAUST mutated into existence in 1999, when Joel Grind merged his love for classic punk and metal and the flash of L.A. hard rock into his ideal band. Like his influences - Bathory, Venom, English Dogs, Possessed, Broken Bones - TOXIC HOLOCAUST featured blazing riffs, gravel-throated vocals, and a deadly fixation on the evil in man and a post-apocalyptic world. Grind wrapped all of ... Read more in Amazon's Toxic Holocaust Store

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  • Audio CD (July 19, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,612 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Judgment Awaits You
2. Agony Of The Damned
3. Bitch
4. Red Winter
5. Nowhere To Run
6. I Am Disease
7. In The Depths (Of Your Mind)
8. The Liars Are Burning
9. Revelations
10. Sound The Charge

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Conjure and Command July 25, 2011
By Brett
Format:Audio CD
The riffs on this album just sound so damn evil. Just a great piece of work. I also think the solos are much improved from the previous albums. Toxic Holocaust puts out arguably their best album so far. Joel Grind keeps improving the songwriting and hands over the sticks and bass so its not a one man band anymore. Some bands sound like they are retro thrash but toxic somehow pulls out of the pack and sound original.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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I wish I knew why I couldn't get into this band before now. I have no idea why I only listened to An Overdose of Death three times before trading it in. Everything I love about metal is there, even more than you'd think would be on a thrash album, like death metal vocals and blast beats. It was fast and sloppy, punk and metal all at the same time, and competently played and arranged. But this album, Conjure and Command, shows me what the others lacked, a sense of pace! It's all well and good to thrash the f out for the entirety of an album, but the bands that do it the best, balanced riffs, speed, and brutality perfectly. Not every snot-nosed punker graduating from Discharge and Minor Threat to Nuclear Assault and Slayer can command an audiences' willingness to go crazy, with the chops to actually whip them into that glorious thrashing frenzy. That's where Conjure and Command really shines, in it's ability to make the listener headbang wildly, regardless of the listener ever having heard the song before. Familiar but original songs litter the album. The restraint in speed only serves to build an even stronger sense of moshy mayhem. Contemporaries like Havok and Municipal Waste have similar thrash stylings, but the darkness contained here-in make Toxic Holocaust the Slayer to those bands Exodus or Testament! The vocals are much clearer and much better paced on this record, but they are just as gruff as ever. Joel Grind may have matured a little, or maybe just his songwriting ability has, because this is better than any previous outing by this band, although I'm sure many would argue that the sloppier early works are where it's at. But for those of us who like a solid song structure and a heavy overdose of 1986's thrashing explosion, Conjure and Command hits all the buttons at exactly the right time!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Finally doing it right... September 7, 2011
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This band has been around for awhile and while I respected what they were doing, I just couldn't get into them. It was all TOO repetitive...from the riffs to the vocals to the song structures. With this new cd, I was pleasantly surprised. The production is crunchier and everything isn't the same speed. I'm digging it a lot. Don't get me wrong, they still keep it simple with their thrashing...but it's done well now (in my opinion).
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Most Evil,Toxic Offering Yet! September 30, 2011
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With the new album Conjure and Command, the guys in Toxic Holocaust really step their game up for this one. As mentioned by others, Joel Grind has surely taken his playing and writing to a higher caliber for this album.What I noticed immediately was the guitar solos are much better than before, and the vocals are more evil than ever.The production on the album was also done really well.As much as I like the previous release "An Overdose of Death", I found that many of the songs had the same repetitive feel as the album went on. This is NOT the case with this album folks. Songs like "Red Winter", "Bitch", "I Am Disease" show new territory that the band has stepped into by embracing slower tempos and tons of riff changes. If guys in TH can keep moving forward as they did with this album, the next release should be excellent. Fans of Toxic Holocaust definitely need to pick this one up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars KILLER - NO WHERE TO RUN June 5, 2013
By Jack
Format:Audio CD
I've heard all the decent metal out there for like 30 years now. Get this CD right now. Order it and have it delievered next day. Not of the best metal CDs I've heard in quite some time. Good from begin to end. Vocals are killer, rips yep check awesome...killer not hestitate. Bitch and No where to run are just perfectly awesome tunes.
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