There is a new live video on Thrice's website for free download. The video was filmed in London on their co-headlining tour with Coheed and Cambria. Also now that the band is home, they are going back into writing mode for their next 'project.'
After a successful headline run on Taste of Chaos, Thrice is in the midst of raising awareness for The Invisible Children Movement, aiming to raise consciousness worldwide for the plight of children in Uganda who leave their homes every night and hike into towns to sleep in central squares for fear of abduction. The ICM is organizing the "Global Night Commute" on April 29th to heighten awareness and expand educational opportunities for Uganda's children.
The organization is asking people to leave their homes for one night and commute to their local downtowns to sleep in the street in a demonstration to the government to act to end the war in Northern Uganda. It is happening in 136...
Thrice will be on Fuse this Saturday, February 4th at 3:00PM hosting their favorite video picks. Afterwards, the show will be followed by an episode of LOADED: Thrice. In case you missed the first episode, the show will re-air on the following dates:
Thrice have selected the track "Red Sky" to serve as the next single from their latest album Vheissu. The group are currently mulling over treatments for the video for the track and more on that can be read at MTV.com.
Due to Claudio of Coheed And Cambria breaking his hand, the mainland European Coheed And Cambria/Thrice dates had to be cancelled. They will however be rescheduled for April. The UK dates will still continue as planned.