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Stoner Rock, Power Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
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Torche is the self-titled debut album from the Miami-based metal band Torche. The album was released through Robotic Empire on March 8, 2005. It was also reissued on June 18, 2007 through Rock Action Records with a bonus track and alternate artwork. The opening track, "Charge of the Brown Recluse", is a new version of the song that was released before by the band Floor, which Steve Brooks and Juan Montoya were members, and appears in the box-set Below & Beyond. Charge of the Brown Recluse" – 3:01.

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Torche have announced a new album. The Miami-based band will release Admission on July 12 via Relapse. It’s the band’s first to feature bassist Eric Hernandez of Wrong, and the first in which previous bassist Jon Nuñez has made the switch to guitar. Nuñez also produced the album. That’s the album’s artwork above. The first single is titled Slide, which you can hear below. Torche have also announced tour dates. Check those out below. Torche’s last album was 2015′s Returner.

Torche - Torche 10 songs lyrics: Charge of the Brown Recluse, Safe, Mentor, Erase, Fuck Addict, Vampyro, Rockit, Fire, Holy Roar, The Last Word.

1. Charge Of The Brown Recluse Lyrics. Ask us a question about this album. Top Torche scholars. Show all albums by Torche.

American stoner metallers Torche have just dropped a new single, new . tour dates, AND news of a new album. It’s been a hot second since Floridan stoner metallers Torche graced the world with their galumphing sound. But the band has now announced that they’ll be releasing their fifth album, titled Admission, later this year - and they’ve dropped a new single and a bunch of . tour dates to accompany the news. This album is more revealing of who we are, says guitarist Jon Nuñez.

Torche follow that breakthrough with a second half that contains a quick and clean 30-second instrumental ("Little Champion"), more catchy hit-and-run slabs ("Sundown", "Without a Sound"), and a thunderous one-two punch ("Amnesian", "Meanderthal") to finish an album that shows Torche spreading their wings and exploring new territory.