There's a new video series called, Artists and Craft, featuring musicians that have stepped away from music to do a different form of art. The first video in the series is with Teppei (Thrice) who discusses his new venture, Teranishi. You can find the video in the replies.
Our friends over at PureVolume have yet another video exclusive with Riley Breckenridge of Thrice, which you can view here. In this video, Riley discusses the band's new Anthology release a bit more, as well as the band's best Halloween costumes.
Along with our friends at PureVolume and the Absolute Voices sites, we're proud to bring one of six videos featuring Riley Breckenridge discussing Thrice's discography. It's really interesting and sheds some light on what went into each release - a must-watch for any Thrice fan. In the replies, you can find our exclusive video of Riley discussing The Alchemy Index: Vol. I + II as well as links to the other five videos.
PureVolume is exclusively streaming "Words in the Water," a track from Thrice's upcoming live album Anthologyhere. They also spoke up with Riley Breckenridge about the song. Check back here on AP.net next week when we'll be streaming the entire thing.
Thrice today announce the pre-order details for their forthcoming live recording, Anthology, which will be released on Staple Records/Workhorse Music Group October 30, 2012. The live recording features 24 songs and will be available digitally, on two CDs, and as a limited edition box set containing four LPís. The LP box set is limited to just 3000 stamped and numbered pieces and will include a 24-page photo booklet along with 2 black LPís and 2 white LPís all on 180 gram vinyl. Artwork and track listing can be found in the replies.
Image of the Invisible
The Artist In The Ambulance
Kill Me Quickly
Under A Killing Moon
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Thrice will release Anthology via Staple Records/Workhorse Music Group in October. The 2 CD or 4 LP box set contains live recordings from the band's farewell tour as well as a booklet with live photos from the tour as well.
Dustin Kensrue gave some farewell words to the fans at Thrice's last show together before their hiatus. He told the crowd, "We'll see you in the future at some undisclosed time" before chants of "Thank you Thrice!" The band closed its set with "Anthology." There's a video in the replies.
Tonight, I will be seeing Thrice on their farewell tour stop in Austin. This week I've written up a look back on a band that has challenged me over the years to open up to new sounds and structures of what a band can become. You can read my column here. It may not have been Thrice, but what band have you had a hard time with following through their career, but end up coming around to as the months and years have gone by? As you've opened up to that band, what other bands and genres have they opened you up to as well?