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Albums Of The Week: The Human Tornado | Love Is Démodé

The Italian rockers get emotionally heavy with a barnburning album about love.


THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Offering a slab of smashing knock-out heavy groove rock, The Human Tornado’s Love Is Démodé follows their 2016 debut record Storm In A Ketchup. Since their inception in 2014, the band have been making shockwaves out of their home country of Italy supporting touring bands such as Twelve Foot Ninja, Destrage and Crazy Town.

Love is Démodé was self-produced by The Human Tornado with mixing and mastering done by Marco Paradisi at Boat Studio. The album features 10 hurricane tour de force tracks that will leave fans breathless and eager to set the track listing on repeat from beginning to end. The lyrical concept behind the album is love, one of the strongest feelings of deep affection. It has different aspects and it can be addressed to another person, an animal, or a passion. But, if it’s pure, this doesn’t matter. The band explains further:

​”For some years this feeling of love has been declining, going out of fashion. In fact, in our society finding people loving what they do is increasingly difficult and often image, power, success are the most important aspects of life. Moreover, these goals are more and more often achieved by means of questionable actions and negative feelings. In this album we want to express our idea of love in particular towards music, showing in every single song even the dark and negative sides coming from love in our life.”