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Torche, The House Harkonnen, White Mountain

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Torche return triumphantly to Dallas, supporting their new EP, Songs for Singles, and coming back to the venue where they shook the walls the last time around. Rest assured, the band will do it again.

Seeing them play is a rarity in metal and hard rock: They crush your cranium while also smiling and having a good time. With its sense of groove and fuzz, there is surprisingly a lot of melody at play in their music, especially as heard on their justifiably lauded album, Meanderthal.

Two locals well worthy of the task, The House Harkonnen and White Mountain, open.

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Torche, The House Harkonnen, White Mountain

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