Brand Spankin New Stone Cold Groove Metal From Toy Called God

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Groove metal influenced hard rockers TOY CALLED GOD are gearing up for the release of their third heavy-hitting full-length album, Dirt On Your Coffin, out April 5th. Hailing from Brentwood, CA, the quartet have been making a name for themselves since 2011 – mixing crushing distortion, great hooks and an amazing ability to make your head bang…involuntarily! This is the band’s first album with new frontman Marcus Lance.
In celebration of the upcoming album release, TOY CALLED GOD have unleashed a brand new music video for the record’s lead track, “False Prophet”. Shot and directed by Mike Sloat (Testament, Machine Head, Lynyrd Skynyrd) on location at Brannan Island in Antioch, CA, the video depicts a priest’s personal struggle with the message he is delivering to his flock. It all comes to a head during a funeral as he loses the struggle with his inner demons, personifying the song’s title.
Pre-order Dirt On Your Coffin today via Big Cartel.

Dirt On Your Coffin Track Listing:
1. False Prophet
2. Drop On The Pile
3. Justice
4. Numb In A Bottle
5. Warning Shot
6. Push Me Down
7. Shackled
8. Dirt on Your Coffin

TOY CALLED GOD are currently booking U.S. summer tour dates to support the album. Details will be provided via all band social media sites soon.

On April 8th, TOY CALLED GOD will headline a CD release show at The Golden Bull in Oakland, CA (412 14th St.). Support will come from The Ghost Next Door, My Victim and Infex. The show is 21+, begins at 8:00pm and costs $8 at the door. Visit for more information.

Categories: Music Videos

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