Metal Obsession Presents: Toxicon Purge Album Launch

Metal Obsession Presents: Toxicon – “Purge” Album Launch Tour, Melbourne

Saturday, September 9 at 7:30 PM
Reverence Hotel: 28 Napier Street, Footscray, Victoria, Australia 3011
Doors: $10 / 18+

Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/786043718197476/

The Reverence is set to EXPLODE under the might of the five amazing bands converging from all corners of Australia to help Toxicon launch their debut album “Purge” with a bang!

Toxicon have been slaving away in the lab to bring you the most groove-filled, riff-laden, dirty, prog inspired concept album they can.

Driven by the increasingly incredible calibre of the bands they’ve been gracing the stage with, the Toxicon boys have been giving it their all to bring you the tightest, heaviest, most entertaining show this side of permanent neck issues.

Flaming Wrekage – In anticipation of their ball-tearing second album, the boys are coming back bigger, badder and tighter than ever (if that’s possible) in support of their new single “Cataclysm”.

Blowing minds with their tight live show on their last trip to Melbourne, Flaming Wrekage are definitely not to be missed.

Nucleust – Remeber that 2013 earthquake in Melbourne that knocked over all your lawn furniture? That was Nucleust being born in Perth. These Extreme progressive metallers are coming to Melbourne for the first time in support of their EP “Resitivity”.

Imagine what’ll happen when they go off right in front of your face.

Naberus – Getting signed to Eclipse Records is just further proof that this is one hell of a band. Their crushing, melodic, energetic new single “Drones” is only topped by their live set, which may cause pregnancy and the sudden urge to drink at least 8 litres of beer and windmill until you go bald.

Annihilist – The epitome of the phrase “no half measures” these guys go hard from the outset. Massive riffs, Huge moments, 8-minute epic film clips. Annihilist leave your jaws on the floor, and your fingers wondering how the hell to even do that on a guitar.

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