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Damaged Goods With MISH SHA From TORIZON

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Brisbane rock/metal outfit Torizon have made a triumphant return to music over the last couple of months, re-acquainting themselves with fans with the single Damaged in August before pulverizing them with recent track Martyr.

After taking a year off to focus more on what makes Torizon special moreso than how special they could be, the band members returned fresh and with greater intent, firing out of the gates with a catchy single and promising a fresh musical direction that had been hinted at previously without ever being fully realised.

The two fresh tracks, while offering glimpses into the revitalised Torizon, have already been declared as stand-alone singles, with the real change in momentum to come on next year’s planned EP which is still in the development stage.

Vocalist Mish Sha sat down with HEAVY to talk about not just where they have been, but also where the band plans to go.

“Really good,” she enthused when talking about the reception afforded Martyr. “I think it was a mixture of things, relaunching the band with Damaged, and that setting the foundations for this year with our first single release in a couple of years. And then coming from that releasing Martyr a few weeks after that has really helped. You had people that were excited to hear the new sound and the more metalcore vibe and new elements that are there in the new songwriting style, and then to give them something new was really great. It felt awesome.”

In the full interview, Mish talks more about the new musical direction, what sorts of things the band focussed on during their time off, what the new EP is sounding like, coming back into the music scene after so long out of touch, upcoming shows and more.

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