By this point in your life, you are probably familiar with the fierce force of Mother Nature. The events known as the tornado and the avalanche are two of the most single handily devastating possibilities that can be dealt by the mother of nature. As singular events, they are brutal, hard to pin point and even harder to prepare for. As a hybridized meteorological event, the TORNAVALANCHE is one of the most feared and revered of natural occurrences. Worshiped worldwide for its unpredictability and sonic tendencies, the TORNAVALANCHE represents a full immersion in the intense power of the natural world.
As five human animals indigenous to the planet earth, Bob, Dan, Joel, Whitney and Zach have harnessed the intense power of the TORNAVALANCHE. As a contemporary rock combo, they use their instrumentation to emulate sheer power of the tornado and the avalanche. As a material event, this combo reminds us of a young Richard "Ringo" STARkey, as his hard ass drumming in Rorey and the Hurricanes followed the meteorological patterns of a devastating hurricane. This devastation eventually projected Rorey and the Hurricanes to the top of the Liverpool rock scene, and gave Ringo the confidence to form his own combo called the Beatles in 1974. Make no mistake friends, the correlation between TORNAVALANCHE and Ringo Starr is not some 3rd rate Philosophy 101 postulation. It is founded deeply in their harnessing of natural world for their own material use. Watch the skies my friends, a TORNAVALANCHE is on the horizon, and once experienced, you will never be the same.
Lets Be Active
Fully Bonded Manager of TORNAVALANCHE
released May 22, 2020
Track 1 - 5 - No Money, No Problems EP originally released on 12" vinyl (2006) and digitally by Init Records & Level Plane Records
Track 6 - on a split 7" with Tight Phantomz (2006) by Modern Radio Record Label & Exotic Fever Records
Track 7 - 11 - Get Rich Or Cry Trying EP originally released on 12" vinyl (2008) and digitally by Modern Radio Record Label & Exotic Fever Records. These tracks were remixed by Luke Tweedy at Flat Black in 2018