- Performer:Torrential Downpour
- Title:Torrential Downpour
- Date of release:May 1, 2009
- Recording location:Bennett Studios, Englewood, NJ
- Size FLAC version1413 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1324 megabytes
- Size WMA version1297 megabytes
- Formats:AA FLAC WAV MP1 ASF ADX
Torrential Downpour Torrential Downpour is a mixture of technical and progressive metal coupled with post rock tendencies; highlighted by vocal manipulation, electronic noise, and subtle ambience. Some people call it Space Metal. Truth Knowledge Vision, their newest, is the blood, sweat, and tears
Torrential Downpour is: Peter Costa - Drums Matt Cece - Bass guitar Jason Volpe - Guitar/Piano Prkr - Vocals/samples. Torrential Downpour, an entity unto itself, dreams and reshapes its own existence to live vicariously through the musicians it harnesses. Structured by the imagery of human, Torrential creates its arms, legs and body through the percussive force of Peter Costa.
Torrential Downpour Albums: Downpour, Connected Through. Members: Prkr, Jason Volpe, Matt Cece, Peter Costa. Genres: Technical Thrash Metal.
ARTIST: Torrential Downpour. ALBUM, TITLE: Truth Knowledge Vision. Release year, date: 2014. Look for more music Torrential Downpour. Music styles and genres.
Torrential Downpour’s 2011 album Connected Through was the one to hit me first, with the awesomeness of this band. Needless to say I was quite underwhelmed by the band’s 2013 EP The Phaneron, which must be some kind of experiment, or a little something to make us wait until what would become their next real album: Truth Knowledge Vision. That’s one thing Torrential Downpour has understood. And so, in Truth Knowledge Vision, you’ll have a good deal of in-your-face riffs with odd timings and shouted lyrics, as well as some, more atmospheric parts, sounding at time like what I’d call a Far West guitar, with actual vocal melodies (quite a novelty in the genre!) accompanied by an organ! There’s some vocal manipulation, which is really cool, in my opinion, mostly because so few artists seem willing to try it, and the most noticeable example of it is in the song Hyperion, at around 5:00 in.
CreditsAlessandro V. Perrota - Mastering, Tracking
Torrential Downpour - Primary Artist
|1||Erasure of the Trivial-Minded||Torrential Downpour||6:44|
|6||Eunis Lymn||Torrential Downpour||2:55|
|8||Three Twenty (The Hologram)||Torrential Downpour||5:05|
|9||Ménage à Trois||Torrential Downpour||2:53|