TORPEDOES on target with confrontational new album

PORTSMOUTH-based post-punk, goth rockers TORPEDOES have just released their fourth album, ‘Heaven’s Light Our Guide,’ via Bin Liner Records.

Born across the lost years of Covid19 and its chaotic aftermath, ‘Heaven’s Light Our Guide’ sees principal songwriter Ray ‘Razor’ Fagan (ex-Red Letter Day) giving his take on the world that’s been left behind for us all to inhabit.

Lyrically, the album focuses on dark themes: from the destruction of the planet, corruption, bereavement, and historic tragedies including a song inspired by a mass suicide in the town of Demmin in May 1945 where hundreds of the town’s inhabitants elected to commit suicide rather than face the advancing Russian troops.

‘Heaven’s Light Our Guide’ was recorded, produced and mixed at Portsmouth’s Studio One28, by J D Callender (Cranes).

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