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Thrice Announce Headlining Tour

Right on the heels of a new album, Thrice will be hitting the road. This fall, the group will be partaking in a headlining tour this fall. Joining them will be La Dispute and Nothing, Nowhere. The tour will hit most of the mid and West Coast in September and October. Check out Thrice’s Facebook post announcing the tour after the jump! For more Thrice, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: Thrice “Blood On The Sand”

Thrice are back, with a stream of “Blood On The Sand,” the lead single off their upcoming  album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. The album is scheduled to release on May 27 “Blood On The Sand” is the band’s most recent release since their 2011 Vagrant Records release, Major/Minor. Following the full-length, the group went on a three-year hiatus. It seems like they’re back, and they’re here to stay. Check out a stream of the new song, below, along with the album art and track list. To hear more from the band, you…

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Northbound Signs To Animal Style Records

Acoustic punk project, Northbound, has signed to Animal Style Records along the likes of Thrice, Mixtapes and Transit. Check out a live acoustic session of song “Actor” below the jump and let us know what you think of the track. With lyrics that are both cynical and heartfelt, and music reminiscent of early Front Porch Step, Northbound is a talent that will not go unnoticed for much longer. In late April, Northbound will embark on an Eastern Spring Tour alongside The Flats. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD…

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mewithoutyou Signed To Run For Cover Records, Announce US Tour

Run For Cover Records have signed on Philadelphia rock band, mewithoutyou. Following the band’s 2013 release, Ten Stories, the group will be releasing their sixth LP this summer through the new label. mewithoutyou will be hitting the road this month for a three week long US tour alongside Dr. Dog. They will be playing The Spring Fling in Ohio with the Movielife, Crime In Stereo, and The Story So Far, as well as Skate And Surf Festival the next day with The Dropkick Murphys, Thrice, and The Wonder Years. Check out the dates below…

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Thrice Announce First Reunion Show Since 2012

After going on hiatus for nearly three years, Thrice, will be playing a reunion show at Montebello, Quebec’s Amnesia Rockfest this June. Towards the end of 2014, the band teased fans with an image of a sound booth and stage with the words “Thrice 2015” overlayed. Check out the image below the jump. Thrice’s last full-length album, Major/Minor, was released in 2011 via Vagrant Records which was followed by their second live album, Anthology in 2012. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here. Are you excited to see…

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Dustin Kensrue Announces New Album

Dustin Kensrue, frontman to post-hardcore band Thrice, has announced that he will be releasing a new solo album. Titled Carry The Fire, the album is set to be released on April 21. Kensrue previously released his debut solo album, Please Come Home, back in 2007. You can check out the album artwork and the track list below! If you want to listen to some music from Dustin Kensrue, you can purchase a CD here. If you want to catch him on tour, you can buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like…

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No Sleep Records Sign Puig Destroyer

  No Sleep Records have added another band to their roster. Thrice drummer Riley Breckenridge’s baseball-themed band, Puig Destroyer, were signed to the label. The group will be releasing a self-titled album September 30. Preorders are available here. Check out a tweet from No Sleep Records after the jump! Purchase a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Sun Never Set ‘Self-Titled’

Post-hardcore has always had the tendency to deliver unparalleled beauty in some of the most emotionally devastating ways possible. Taking Back Sunday’s debut album rips your heart out. Brand New plays with your emotions, and do not even get me started on the feelings that Thrice invokes. Bands have an added strength when they are of the heavier persuasion yet also manage to pull off the emotionally devastating songs. The Amity Affliction and Underoath both deliver some devastatingly beautiful yet also senselessly brutal songs – for post-hardcore bands at least. British…

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