TOXIC RUIN Unveil Video for ‘Divine Acclimation’

TOXIC RUIN Unveil Video for ‘Divine Acclimation’

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Sheboygan, Wisconsin’s TOXIC RUIN have unleashed the music video for “Divine Acclimation,” the third preview track from their forthcoming sophomore album (and M-Theory Audio debut) “Nightmare Eclipse.” The song shows off the combination of energetic thrash metal, death metal brutality and clinical technicality that propelled the band to the final round of the 2019 Wacken Metal Battle. The play-through video can be viewed on youtube, while the song itself is now available for streaming/download through all major digital music platforms.

“Nightmare Eclipse” – which features artwork by Mark Richards (Revocation, The Black Dahlia Murder, Municipal Waste) – will be released by M-Theory Audio on August 27. Pre-orders are now available for CD, digital, and limited-edition maroon-colored vinyl editions of the album at smarturl.com/toxicruin.

Says TOXIC RUIN rhythm guitarist Blake Toltzmann,

“We made this evil-ass song about Mayan sacrifice called ‘Divine Acclimation.’ While we were still in the studio, we decided to do a play-through video for it because it turned out to be a short ripper that shows some technicality and kills our forearms! This new track comes at you with so much blistering speed and riffs that it will have you wanting to sacrifice your firstborn just to hear the rest of the album! Huge shout out to Nick and Marc at Carptown Studios for letting us film it there.”

TOXIC RUIN is also set to resume unleashing their metallic onslaught on live audiences with a show at the Terminus Theatre in Lake Villa, Ill. this Saturday alongside fellow Wisconsin death metallers Micawber.

For more information:
https://www.facebook.com/toxicruin.metal
www.instagram/toxicruin
www.toxicruin.bandcamp.com
www.m-theoryaudio.com

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