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Sophomore LP "Black President" To Be Recorded By Tornado This December

Finnish/American sleaze thrashers Tornado, featuring Ex-Gothic Slam vocalist Superstar Joey Severance, will enter 5k Studio in Helsinki, Finland with Amorphis drummer Jan Rechberger to record the sophomore LP "Black President," the follow up to the Listenable Records debut “Amsterdamn, Hellsinki” (2011). The release is expected for early 2014. Demo tracks of the title track and "David and Goliath" can he heard streaming below.

The band also unveiled its new lineup, consisting of:

Superstar Joey Severance (Ex-Gothic Slam) - Vocals
Tuomas Leskinan - Guitar
Henri Soisalo (Withered Within) - Bass
Timo Ponni (Carnal Demise) - Guitars
Jani Neimala - Drums

Commented singer Superstar Joey Severance: “I am very excited to be finally putting the finishing touches on the songs that will become the next Tornado album. We are working quite hard to write the catchiest, sleaziest and thrashiest material that we can at this time and I am personally stoked to introduce the new members of the band to the world. The guys are young and hungry and together we are aiming to make a dent within the metal community. We hope that these two new songs will hold people over until we do the proper recording."

About the new tracks heard below, Severance said: "Lyrically speaking, 'Black President' is not a pro Obama song as it is an anti-stupidity one while 'David and Goliath' deals with the serious and often unspoken subject of bullying."

Check them out here:

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