News & Updates






12.12.17 END OF 2017:

We are very excited about our last couple shows of 2017.  Our second to last stop in 2017 is our Pawtucket Rhode Island debut at News Café hosted by Manifest Entertainment.  We will be supporting our good friends The New Motif for their last show until March 9th, 2018 at the Spire Center in Plymouth, MA.

Our last stop of the year will be in Boston at The House of Blues Foundation Room on New Years Eve.  We will be supporting Solar Circuit, a jamtronica band from Philadelphia, PA for an 'Official' Dopapod After Party put on by Crossroads Presents.  

Torus will welcome a special guest member on drums and percussion for both of these shows and are very excited for their take on our catalog.  We look forward to seeing you as we wrap up our first fully active year and start a new in 2018.



Hey ya'll the album 'TORUS' is here and available for download, go grab a copy!  You can find the link on our homepage or click here: .  We are super excited to have this out and now our focus can shift to the string of Fall dates we have coming up.  We are pumped to be making our debut at Thunder Road in Somerville, MA on Tuesday October 10th.  We will also be returning to The Weary Traveler's Club in Bourne MA to host a very special Halloween show. Special guests to be announced as it approaches, you don't want miss this home town show! We have a ton of new material to debut and can't wait to party with you!

November is beginning to look interesting, we will be teaming up with the funk rock giants from New Haven CT The Mushroom Cloud and electronic rock wizards Solar Circuit from Philadelphia, PA.  We have an announced show at Arlene's Grocery in NY, NY with a handful of additional shows and cities to be announced within the next week or so....stay tuned!



Hey Toroids....we are currently working on release party details for our debut self titled album "TORUS" and some fall tour dates in support of the release...stay tuned


What an amazing collection of shows in NYC last month surrounding Phish's epic "Baker's Dozen" run.  Torus would like to thank all of you Toroids for coming in support of their New York City debut.  The band hosted two shows on July 29th before and after Phish's 7th Bakers Dozen show at Madison Square Garden.  They performed a sold out evening show at the hottest new venue in mid-town Manhattan, The 125 and were joined by NYC comedians including Brett Siddell who performed a set of "Phish" inspired comedy. Later in the night the band set up again in East Village at the iconic world music and jazz venue DROM for an Official Phish after party hosted by CEG Presents. They were joined by New Haven Connecticut's The Mushroom Cloud who brought their own funky set to East Village that night.  We have uploaded both Torus sets to our page.  Follow the link to re-live those performances or hear them for the first time here: