Groove metal influenced hard rockers TOY CALLED GOD released their heavy-hitting full-length album, Dirt On Your Coffin, earlier last year. Hailing from Brentwood, CA, the quartet have been making a name for themselves since 2011 – mixing crushing distortion, infectious hooks and headbanger riffs.You can order Dirt On Your Coffin today via iTunes.
Last spring, the band released a music video for their single “False Prophet”, shot and directed by Mike Sloat (Testament, Machine Head, Lynyrd Skynyrd). Today, TOY CALLED GOD is following up with their second music video supporting Dirt On Your Coffin, for the track “Numb In A Bottle”, also directed by Mike Sloat and focusing on the dangers of alcoholism. Watch the video now, exclusively via Revolver Magazine: http://www.revolvermag.com/
Guitarist Patrick Donovan states, “Far too often in our journey, those we love choose to numb themselves to life as opposed living it. Often times those around them want to help their loved ones but don’t know how to do that. Sometimes that help comes too late. Live life, love your people, never give up and never go numb.”
Dirt On Your Coffin Track Listing:
1. False Prophet
2. Drop On The Pile
4. Numb In A Bottle
5. Warning Shot
6. Push Me Down
8. Dirt on Your Coffin
TOY CALLED GOD will perform at the Red Hat Bar in Concord, CA on February 4 with Via Perdition, No More Solace, and Suburban Paranoia. The show is 21+ , starts at 8pm and costs $10 at the door. Click here for more information.
About TOY CALLED GOD:
TOY CALLED GOD began their onslaught with the release of their first demo, Only One Menace, in January 2011. A relentless year of shows followed. The band released their self-titled debut album in 2012, supported by a successful release show featuring Kill Devil Hill in Oakland, CA. In 2013, TOY CALLED GOD won Top Overall Honors in the Project Independent contest and RadioRiff.com awarded the band a “Riffie” award for their first single, “Only One Menace”. In 2014, the band released their second full-length album Guns, God and Steel, which they later supported on the Project Independent Tour in 2015. TOY CALLED GOD endorses and recommends Fireplant Guitars, Warwick Basses, and Steve Clayton Picks.
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