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"Torn Asunder at the Underworld"

The night opened with Torn Asunder, an Essex band. The songs were very good with flashes of brilliance, the lead guitarist was technically excellent, however their stage choreography was a bit strange to watch - the guitar pointing and feet shuffling had a few people looking at each other in amusement!. The lead singer was excellent, Blessed with a cracking pair of lungs on all accounts, she had presence, a cracking voice and really shone through - it was a shame they were the opener and no-one was on their feet, but I guess they have to pay their dues like everyone else - their time will come!
- Safeconcerts

"Torn Asunder at Rios"

Opening up tonight were a band that grew on you as the set went on, I’m speaking about Essex based Torn Asunder, led by the very capable vocal talent that is Loran.

The band opened up their account with ‘Keep’ and instantly the might of Loran’s vocals shattered the silence, although she was dressed Goth-like she had a voice that many Hard Rock bands would give their eye teeth for as a front woman.

The band really had all the makings of a great hard rock band but was seriously in need of a make-over to get their overall image unified.

But you couldn’t ignore the bands potential with some great rocking songs like ‘Expectation’, 'Can't Fight’ and 'Going Down', and even the cover ‘Gimme Some Loving’ with guest backing vocals from Danny Nordahl of Faster Pussycat was a rocker tonight.

The band rounded off with ‘Care Free’ and really set the stage for the bands to follow. - The Mayfair Mallzine

"Torn Asunder at Corporation"

It’s into the small room at the good ole Corporation for tonight’s show. The openers are a female fronted hard rock act from Essex going by the name of Torn Asunder who were actually quite good. Instead of sticking to one they had a pretty diverse combo of styles that included general hard rock, old school metal and slight bit of grunge here and there to well and truly flavour it up quite a bit.

They even threw in a couple of good ole bluesy like tunes as part of their all-round the genres set which was spot on. If we were to compare them to any other band we would have to say that they are a bit like a two-guitar version of McQueen really. Their songs got better towards the end – in fact the last two songs they did were the best ones but to be honest whole set was ok with no stinkers at all. Highlights were ‘Going Down’ and ‘Find Direction’ – a band well worth checking out. - Metalville


Self Titled EP



Torn Asunder is a group with truly international experience. Consisting of the brothers Marcus and Spencer on guitars and drums respectively, these two have been playing in bands together since their teenage years. Joe, on guitar, has played in several Essex based bands before Torn Asunder. Steve has played bass in bands both in the UK and the US and has gigged with international acts such as Great White, Dokken and Blue Oyster Cult. Loran graduated from the Vocal Institute in London and has been gigging both with bands and solo. Having four accomplished vocalists within one band has enabled Torn Asunder to create a melodic, four part harmonies which is something that has been lacking in rock for many a year. Torn Asunder's goal is a simple one. To combine really powerful vocals with an old school heavy rock sound. The time is right for a really kick-ass, female fronted rock act to take the world by storm. Whether your 8 or 80, prepare for the EVOLUTION OF ROCK!!!!