Torrential Downpour Streaming New Track "Satan, Whatever..."
As the New Jersey-based metal quartet Torrential Downpour prepares for the release of new full-length album "Truth Knowledge Vision," due out June 10th, a new song from the eleven track opus has found its way online.
The song "Satan, Whatever…" can now be streamed in its entirety below, courtesy of Metal Insider.
With a history that spans across nearly two decades, the members of Torrential Downpour - PrKr (vocals), Matt Cece (Bass), Jason Volpe (guitar), and Pete Costa (drums) - continue to copiously churn out new music that characterizes their own unique blend of technical and progressive metal infused with post rock tendencies.
The group's third full-length album was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Kevin Antreassian (Dillinger Escape Plan, The Binary Code, The Number 12 Looks Like You) at Backroom Studios in Rockaway, NJ.
“Our new album - Truth Knowledge Vision touches on areas and sounds not usually focused on in heavy music, and with the track ‘Satan, Whatever…’ we specifically call out the genre we embrace,” says Volpe. “It's our way of stripping the stigmas from a genre that gets pigeonholed too often. Years of crafting and experimenting has culminated in this recording and we are very excited for people to hear what we have put together.”
The track listing is as follows:
3. Satan, Whatever...
7. The Prayer
8. The Offering
9. Ride of Your Life
10. Bring the Stars Down
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