Dustin Kensrue covered Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” with Switchfoot frontman Jon Foreman in a recent livestream. Dustin will also be doing a Riot Fest At Home set tonight at 5pm PT via Facebook. Read More “Dustin Kensrue Covers Peter Gabriel; Playing Riot Fest At Home Tonight”
Thrice sat down with Alt. Press for a new video interview talking about the 15-year anniversary of Vheissu.
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Thrice have shared a new video answering some questions about Vheissu to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
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Thrice have released a video for “Only Us” and announced some new tour dates with Bring Me The Horizon.
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Thrice have released the video for “The Grey” and posted up pre-orders for their new album. They also sat down with Brooklyn Vegan to talk about the new album:
We were consciously trying to leave our palette really broad. The last record was, I think maybe our most cohesive record, and it was still varied but it had something that really pulled it all together. We consciously wanted this one to be a bit more wild and scattered, I think. That song just came from me messing around with arpeggiated synths on a computer, and singing along with that. And I was like, “that sounds cool, it feels cool, it’s got a cool energy” — something about the tone itself, which was the original tone I demoed it with, it seemed to create the right mood for the melody.
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Dustin Kensrue of Thrice talks with Line 6 about his gear and workflow.
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Dustin Kensrue of Thrice was recently interviewed by Two Doods Review on YouTube. If you can handle the weird echo in the interview you’ll find out Thrice signed with Epitaph Records. So, that’s pretty cool.
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Seether have covered Thrice’s “Black Honey” at a recent SirusXM in-studio concert.
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Thrice have debuted a new YouTube series called The TBEITBN Sessions. The first video is for “Black Honey.”
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