Progressive Death/Thrash Outfit HEMOTOXIN have released the official video for “Bleak Prognosis,” a song from Unspeakable Axe Records album Biological Enslavement. The video was filmed by Red Fox Production. Special thanks to Ronin Studios and Ritchie Orozco. Check it out at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EkLf10shG8k
HEMOTOXIN released sophomore album Biological Enslavement April 15, 2016 on Unspeakable Axe Records.  Stream it in its entirety and/or purchase it at:
Categorizing what kind of music HEMOTOXIN makes is harder than it would seem.  Their brand of melodic death/thrash springs from a whole host of metal influences: progressive death metal (e.g. DEATH, ATHEIST), classic thrash (MEGADETH, SLAYER and others), and even some black metal and prog rock.  Any given song could groove, then thrash, then send you through a dizzying labyrinth of elaborate riffs and ideas.  Somehow they juggle all these influences and produce from it a cohesive whole, while keeping the aggression high and the song’s core melodic components front and center. Whatever they are doing, HEMOTOXIN do it very well, and they’ve only gotten tighter and more adventurous as a unit since their 2013 debut.  At 9 tracks and just 35 succinct minutes, Biological Enslavement will take you on a journey more interesting than most albums twice its length. 

“Combining the songwriting chops of some of the greats (discerning listeners won’t have to look far to find Cynic and Death) with some of the modern studio techniques, Hemotoxin offers something for the old dudes clinging to their ’80s short shorts (don’t lie!) and the smartphone-sewn-to-the-hand generation alike.”
 – Decibel
“Hemotoxin’s music is jagged, unyielding and razor sharp. Excellent!”
 – The Killchain

“Hemotoxin draw much of their influence from the era when Thrash was transitioning into Death Metal, but also add their own highly technical spin to their material.”
 – No Clean Singing

“Hemotoxin has gotten both musically tighter and more adventurous since the band’s 2013 debut, gleefully switching gears mid-song from aggressive thrash to full-on death metal and even offering more diverse genre influences.”
 – Metal Underground
“If you’re looking for something that will get your blood pumping and shatter your skull with intense, yet progressive sounds, then look no further.”
 – Arte Mortifica
 “Hemotoxin has a good hand on a variety of styles, and is able to incorporate them into their own unique blend of death/thrash, resulting in an album well worth purchasing!”
 – Skull Fracturing Metal
“This rather short album doesn’t bore a second and I’m sure technical death/thrash fans will like this!”
 – Power of Metal
“Any given song could groove, then thrash, then send you through a dizzying labyrinth of elaborate riffs and ideas.  Somehow they juggle all these influences and produce from it a cohesive whole.”
 – Capital Chaos TV

“Riffs by the dozen and solos by the bushel basket. All of the things that make metal great are here.”
 – Glacially Musical