Guitarist Steve Morrell comments on the track: “High Society is about greed and the lengths that people will go to get to the top of the food chain. The things that are important to us. Cool Car, clothes. It’s a stab at what we as a society have evolved to become, the corruption that comes about as a result of the relentless pursuit of power and how some people will do anything to get to the top of that tree.These themes are pretty consistent throughout the album.”
On the idea behind the video: “The clip is a metaphor for this, but at the same time – it’s a much lighter take on it, whilst at the same time trying to showcase the amazing creations of one of our local hero’s (Mum’s Burger Kitchen).”
“State Of Disaster” is Torrential Thrills’ most prolific and ambitious album yet. With 11 tracks and over an hour of new music, the album has been in the works for just over 5 years. Work initially began with pre-production and guitar / vocal tracking with Mitch ‘O Shea followed by many other locations for tracking including Basin Studio’s in Mt Buller with Matt D’arcy, Coloursound Studio in Altona with Matt Robins and Monolith Studios with Chris Themelco.
True to TT form, a lot of the content of the album centers around hardships and man’s relentless pursuit of power. There is also another element of reflection, sacrifice and personal loss.
“We can’t wait to get this album out to the world. There have been many moments over the years when it almost became too difficult to continue on, but standing on the other side of that is immensely satisfying. Traditional TT fans will find a combination of both 2 previous albums in State of Disaster, but with 10 fold the production that we have managed before” Says the band.
Torrential Thrill is a 4-piece hard rock juggernaut from Melbourne, Australia. The band was formed in the latter part of 2014 on the ethos of writing great music and playing to the masses. As Metallica once said, “We write the sort of music that we would want to listen to”.
Debut album “MARS” was released independently in 2015 with the title track making Triple J’s top 5 new tracks of the year. The band followed up the debut release with second album “Nothing as it Seems” shortly after through Hellfire Records (AU) in 2017. Pre-Orders are available at this location.