Sunday, October 16, 2011

TORCHE SIGN TO VOLCOM ENTERTAINMENT; ENTER STUDIO TODAY TO BEGIN RECORDING NEW FULL LENGTH

From the Volcom website:

"Miami purveyors of hard rock, TORCHE, have announced the beginning of production on their forthcoming as-of-yet-titled LP today. The band will be self-producing the album in hometown studio, Pinecrust, and delivering the finished recordings to Kurt Ballou of Converge for mixing. Look for the new album to be released on Volcom Entertainment in the spring or early summer of next year.
Next month, the band will release a limited-edition split 12" via Chunklet with Part Chimp that will be available at the bands' recently-announced tour stops and online. The TORCHE side of the split features three Guided By Voices covers and the album cover features artwork by the world-renowned sci-fi illustrator Trevor Claxton.

TORCHE Tour Dates w/ Part Chimp:
Nov. 05 Durham, NC - Motorco
Nov. 06 Richmond, VA - Strange Matter
Nov. 07 Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda's
Nov. 08 Pawtucket, RI - The Met Café
Nov. 09 New York, NY - The Mercury Lounge
Nov. 10 Washington, DC - DC9
Nov. 11 Charlotte, NC - The Casbah at Tremont Music Hall
Nov. 12 Atlanta, GA - EARL"

UPDATE FROM THE STUDIO:
We're moving along with the recording smoothly so far. More soon!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome news (late comment.) I'd love to see you guys down in Arizona again. I realize the scene/crowds here are a bunch of clique-following scumbags, but there are a few gems who could use a little more Torche in their life. Best of luck with the rest of your career, guys... glad to see you're finally getting the recognition deserved. One of a kind sound; cheers!

BacksideFive said...

Agreed. Awaiting another Houston show!

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