Harmonicraft

by Torche

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Connors
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Connors Great riffing. This is a very good album if you like the stoner rock style riffing. "Kicking" is the best song (and cool vid too), though "Letting Go" and "Roaming" were also stand out tracks for me. Favorite track: Kicking.
Azazel ♒ 7293
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Azazel ♒ 7293 Doom metal comes in all flavors and I love ice cream. This has no abstract signifiance until you're in a sweaty crowd of pushy drunk dudes that talk bullshit about the live shows they've been and you're like "Shit. I just need a fucking ice cream". Hey Torche, you're loveable. Favorite track: Walk It Off.
Douglas Drew
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Douglas Drew I just found theses guys.... Where the Fu*k have I been?? Ive been searching for this for so long.... such good music. Favorite track: Sky Trials.
Fred F.
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Fred F. What can one say about Torche that hasn't already been said? If you like music, you will like this band. Period. Favorite track: Kicking.
Bechuga
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Bechuga Nothing more joyous in this world than a Torche album. Heavy, but uplifting! Favorite track: Walk It Off.
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about

Harmonicraft is Torche in their most unfiltered form and the result is a collection of songs that prove that heavy music can be progressive without being predictable. From the relentless groove of "Roaming" to the melodic grandeur of "Kicking" and sinister syncopation of "In Pieces," Harmonicraft stretches toward the sonic stratosphere and illustrates that the band are growing tighter and more powerful with each passing release.

credits

released April 24, 2012

Recorded and Produced by Jonathan Nunez at Pinecrust Studios
Mixed by Kurt Ballou at Godcity
Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side

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