Everybody knows that the P2P (peer-to-peer) file distribution sites aren't very popular among in high circles. They're the evil that must be eradicated. But in the suburbs of the Internet, things change quite a lot. The former intended to shut down all these troublesome webs whilst the latter just keep on rebuilding them time after time. That's the case of Torrentz, that ended up being Torrentz2 after operating for 13 years.
It's a BitTorrent search engine based in Finland and that was managed by a guy known as Flippy. Unlike the majority of .torrent download sites, Torrentz operates as a library linking your search to over 90 domains where you can find the files you were looking for, making the process much easier, especially if you're looking for something that's not very popular.
When you type the query into the search bar, it returns a list of files sorted by upload date, peers, ratings, and size. We can also choose to view the age and quality of the file we're searching for, as well as being able to enable or disable the adult mode to make sure certain results don't come up if we're sitting in front of our computer with our kids. Once we click on our selection, we'll be offered direct links to the pages where can find the corresponding .torrent file or magnet link.
Alternative to Torrentz2
Although it's a great option if we use it as a library, experienced users will probably have their own trusted webs. Apart from the classic The Pirate Bay, 1337x and ExtraTorrent, RARBG Torrents is always a great option, although its catalog is much more specific and it's mainly aimed at TV and movies. Nevertheless, it's a safe bet.