Wednesday, July 30, 2014

TO HUMANS Releases New Album "Metacognition" - Featuring Jeremy Lombardo (Son of Ex-Slayer Drummer Dave Lombardo)

TO HUMANS Releases New Album “Metacognition” – Featuring Jeremy Lombardo (Son of Ex-Slayer Drummer Dave Lombardo)

Blending Alternative, Indie and Progressive Influences – RIYL Arctic Monkeys, Circa Survive, Nirvana


TO HUMANS, a hybrid of alternative, indie and progressive rock, is a California born and raised, high-energy trio, composed of Danny Toranzo (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Ace Anderson (Bass) and Jeremy Lombardo (Drums) son of former Slayer drummer, Dave Lombardo. They're quickly garnering a buzz among the music industry elite and music lovers alike.

The band’s new album, Metacognition, was released on June 27, 2014. The album was produced by TO HUMANS and David A. Lombardo (brother to Jeremy), will full engineering, mixing and mastering credits going to David A. Lombardo as well.

“We just wanted to create something bigger than ourselves that survives on its own and not be outdated. Our goal is for this album to prove that honest expression and emotion can still survive as an art. There is nothing better than the satisfaction of creating something meaningful with your friends that mean the most to you,” states Jeremy Lombardo.

These three musicians are bringing a fresh sound to the alternative rock genre and beyond. Influenced by Arctic MonkeysCirca Survive and Nirvana, they combine honest, expressive lyrics with lasting melodies and a hard-driving energetic live show. This compelling band, without question, tops the “Ones to Watch” list.

1504199_717087991648290_582594061_o calls TO HUMANS “fun, fresh, and wild” and calls their riffs “magnificent”. TO HUMANS formed in 2011 and have performed several shows at venues like the legendary Whisky A Go Go, The Roxy, The Viper Room, The Wire, and more. The band cites Portugal the Man, Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Circa Survive, Arctic Monkeys and others as influences.

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