TO HUMANS Featuring JEREMY LOMBARDO Releases EP

(Apple Valley, CA) – TO HUMANS, a new alternative rock project featuring drummer Jeremy Lombardo (son of world-famous metal drummer Dave Lombardo), released a brand new self-titled 5-track EP. It is available via their official Bandcamp page. TO HUMANS also features lyricist/vocalist/guitarist Danny Toranzo and bassist Ace Anderson.

TO HUMANS: New Alternative Project Featuring Jeremy Lombardo Releases New Self-Titled EP

Drummer Jeremy Lombardo states,

“When we perform, we’re definitely not your average indie rock band. We definitely all have a connection to each other when we perform live. There’s a certain spirit that we all feel and we try our hardest to impress and share that emotion and spirit that we feel with our audiences.”

Jeremy adds,

“The new EP is essentially a compilation of some of our earlier songs that the band wrote a long time ago, mixed with a couple newer songs that we wrote shortly before entering the studio. Most of our songs start as a freeform jam fused with Danny’s ideas that eventually morph into what you’ll hear on the EP.”

TO HUMANS formed in 2011. They have performed several shows at venues including 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.

TO HUMANS will be performing at two shows in California this April.
4/12 Upland, CA @ The Wire
4/27 Hollywood, CA @ Amplyfi

For more information on TO HUMANS, visit these websites:
www.tohumans.bandcamp.com/album/to-humans-ep
www.facebook.com/tohumansband
www.twitter.com/ToHumans
www.youtube.com/tohumansband

 

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