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Touche Amore

Hailing from Los Angeles, Touché Amoré set themselves against the glamour and greed of their hometown culture with “…To the Beat of aDead Horse”, the passionate debut LP/CD set for release in July through 6131/Collect Records.

In the last year, Touché Amoré have become of vibrant part of the flourishing West Coast hardcore punk scene, successfully bridging gapsbetween subgenres. By playing their explosive and sincere music in every basement, VFW hall, club and space up and down the West coast,along side hardcore torchbearers Killing the Dream, Trash Talk and This is ...read more

Hailing from Los Angeles, Touché Amoré set themselves against the glamour and greed of their hometown culture with “…To the Beat of aDead Horse”, the passionate debut LP/CD set for release in July through 6131/Collect Records.

In the last year, Touché Amoré have become of vibrant part of the flourishing West Coast hardcore punk scene, successfully bridging gapsbetween subgenres. By playing their explosive and sincere music in every basement, VFW hall, club and space up and down the West coast,along side hardcore torchbearers Killing the Dream, Trash Talk and This is Hell as well as like-minded, discordant bands Ampere, Comadreand La Dispute, they have brought a feeling of togetherness and positivity to a scene they love. Unafraid to play their emotionally chargedfury in front of uninitiated crowds, Touché Amoré has even shared the stage with upbeat pop-punk bands such as Broadway Calls and folk-punk heroes Fake Problems making close friends along the way.

“…To the Beat of a Dead Horse” marks a real turning point in the life of the band. Where TA’s demo 7”, on No Sleep Records, was full ofpromise, “…To the Beat of a Dead Horse,” never feels fully realized: the guitars bend and weave but always maintain their drive, the rhythmsare frequently off kilter but never off-time and the vocals are screamed at the edge of breaking up but they’re always exciting, pleasing even.This record was completed not compromised.

The record features guest vocals by Thursday’s Geoff Rickly and Modern Life Is War’s Jeff Eaton. It was recorded by Alex Estrada at EarthCity Studios and Mastered by Paul Miner(Suicide File, New Found Glory, Unbroken).

West Coast Hardcore powerhouse, 6131 Records(AlphaΩ, Swamp Thing, Bad Seed) has teamed up with Geoff Rickly’s new vinyl. onlyCollect Records(United Nations) to release this record in a beautiful duel LP/CD package.

After a spot on this year’s Sound and Fury festival, the band will be touring extensively in support of “…To the Beat of a Dead Horse,” withdates along side friends La Dispute and Envy among many others.

On November 19, 2010 it was announced that the band had signed to Deathwish records and will enter the studio this winter to record theirnew album, to be released in early 2011.

On February 21, 2011 it was announced that their new record “Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me” was finished and will be soon bereleased on Deathwish records. « hide

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Is Survived By
09/24/2013

3.9
702 Votes
Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me
2011

3.8
1,077 Votes
...To the Beat of a Dead Horse
2009

4
948 Votes
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Touche Amore
2008

3.7
253 Votes
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Live On BBC Radio 1, Vol. 2
2014

3.8
4 Votes
Daytrotter Session
08/09/2012

3.5
3 Votes
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07/10/2012

3.5
38 Votes
Live at WERS 7"
2010

3.6
24 Votes

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