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Glam Sleaze Metal Band TOXICROSE release their video for new single ‘Domination’

Glam Sleaze Metal Band TOXICROSE release their video for new single 'Domination'
Left to right: Michael, Drums & backing vocals Johannes, Bass & backing vocals Andy, Lead vocals Tom, Guitar & backing vocals

ToxicRose recently inked a deal with Golden Robot Records and have now released their new single ‘Domination’.

ToxicRose deliver that classic Swedish trash glam metal sound that they have become a world leader in. With Crazy Lixx, Hardcore Superstar, Crashdiet, Gemini Five and ToxicRose Sweden keep cranking out the best the scene has to offer. ‘Domination’ is a fast and aggressive, trash metal flavoured fist in your face! It is delivered with their unique look mix of dark sleaze and metal.

Stream/Buy DominationHERE

About Toxic Rose
ToxicRose was formed in 2010, in Stockholm, Sweden. They instantly made a huge impression around the metal community. With their unique look and mix of dark sleaze and metal, ToxicRose has become one of the biggest names of their generation.

With hit songs like ‘A Song For The Weak’‘Reckless Society’ and ‘World Of Confusion’,  ToxicRose made noise all over the world. Their self-titled EP and their first full-length album Total Tranquillity both became a huge sensation and received ravishing reviews worldwide.
In 2018 the band announced a new bass player, Johannes Sandberg. Along with a brand new single.

The band signed a deal with Golden Robot records to release their sophomore album, scheduled for release 2021. The album contains the recent singles ‘Blood On Blood’ and ‘Remedy’ which proves once again ToxicRose’s passion for big and epic songs with classic anthem like choruses.  
With their mind set out to bring back the big shows again ToxicRose will “always promise you a wild night filled with energy!”  

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