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Thrice release video for “Hurricane”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 10:45 AM (PST)

The gents in Thrice have always been amazing songwriters whatever mode they write in and this “new” sort of alt rock mid tempo near hard rock ballad is still an exciting and mature moment for the band. The new song “Hurricane” is from last years excellent To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere and the video plays kind of like a mini movie of sorts more than a performance clip or some such. It is seeming to examine ideas of innocence, the passage of time and self reflection (at least it seemed to me watching it).

 

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Thrice announces Farewell Tour

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 2:54 PM (PST)

If you’ve never had the chance to see Thrice live before– you have one more chance. Although the band does state that they are “Not breaking up” but rather are “taking a break for a while”, the band has announced the dates for their Farewell Tour which is set to kick off on May 4th at the House of Blues in San Diego, California. Thrice will be joined by the band Animals as Leaders on all dates.

Tickets are now on sale.

See dates, venues, and cities here.

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California rockers, Thrice, have released a new song titled “Promises” in the form of a lyric video, which you can check out right here.

“Promises” will appear on their upcoming album”Major/Minor” due out September 20th on Vagrant Records.

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Californian indie rock/progressive/punk/metallers(?) Thrice have premiered the first track, “Yellow Belly”, off their seventh studio album “Major/Minor” which is due for release on September 20th.

The band are also offering a free download of the track here.

Recorded in Santa Monica with Dave Schiffman the album, Dustin Kensrue has this to say about their latest offering:

“It’s definitely the most natural progression from record to record that we’ve had in a while. We did The Alchemy Index, which was totally different [from Vheissu]. Then Beggars was kind of the reaction against that. This kind of makes sense coming out of Beggars, but it’s definitely a different record.”

Thrice have also announced they are hitting the road in the Fall, check out all the dates and locations here.

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