New Torche Video for "Healer" Premiered on Headbanger's Ball

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Hearkening back to the days of Riki Rachtman and staying up late drinking warmish Bud Dry in a friend's basement, Torche's new video for the single "Healer" debuted on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball last Saturday at 2 a.m. EST.

Steve Brooks, Rick Smith, and Jonathan Nunez are continuing their push to become Miami's biggest rock export since ... since ....well, since ever.  In addition to the tour with Harvey Milk that they are wrapping up right now, they also just announced a show with Big Business at the Knitting Factory in LA.You can stream their most recent album, Meanderthal, for free right here.

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