Torche (album)

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ReleasedMarch 8, 2005
RecordedRecorded in 2004 at Atomic Audio (Tampa, Florida)
Genre Sludge metal
Label Robotic Empire
Torche chronology
In Return

Torche is the debut album by American metal band Torche. The album was released through Robotic Empire on March 8, 2005. [1] It was also reissued on June 18, 2007 through Rock Action Records with a bonus track and alternate artwork. [2] 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.


Track listing

1."Charge of the Brown Recluse"3:01
5."Fuck Addict"3:37
9."Holy Roar"2:05
10."The Last Word"9:32

Reissue bonus track

  1. "Make Me Alive" – 2:31


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