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Band TOXIC Releases Teaser for 'First Bridge' Debut Album

By Staff Writer | October 08, 2012 02:20 PM EDT

Band TOXIC Releases Teaser for ‘First Bridge’ Debut Album
(Photo : TnC Entertainment)

TOXIC released the teaser of their debut song, "Lonely."

Indie band TOXIC, the winner of KBS audition program "Top Band," is making their official debut with their first mini album, First Bridge, and released a teaser ahead of the release.

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TnC Entertainment released the teaser today through their Youtube channel.

The debut mini-album consisting of 6 tracks including title song "Lonely," including "Tired!", "No More", remix version of "Get Out" and instrumental version of the title song.

The short 30 second teaser was enough to express the band's unique music style creating a high anticipation for their debut album.

TnC Entertainment shared, "This is a unique album that has never been heard before in Korea. This will be an album that pleases both the general music and rock fans. TOXIC's unique hybrid sound blending psychedelic rock and electronica will set a new genre as 'hybrid rock'."

TOXIC's debut album is set to release on October 12. 

In the meantime, enjoy the teaser below.


Tagged :  TOXIC, Lonely, First Bridge, KBS

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