Toxic Shock made a triumphant return to New York this past Saturday, breaking attendance records at the sold-out Even Flow Bar and Grill.
Toxic Shock, who co-headlined with fellow Long Island natives Klank, drew old friends and fans, as well as a crop of new metal devotees.
“The pit was awesome,” said vocalist Ray Bell. “Watching all those people thrashing around really gets us pumped up. We were ready to jump in!”
The show was captured on film for use in an upcoming DVD release.
The band, whose members now reside all across the country, will return to the old stomping grounds again on June 6 for a show at Revolution in Amityville, N.Y.
“We can’t wait to get it going again at Revolution,” Bell said. “People were turned away when Even Flow sold out, so we are excited to give everyone another chance to come out and tear it up with us!”
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