submission: 10 year anniversary tour
I’m reading The Melting Point of Wax and Daedalus by Thrice to my public speaking class in a very dramatic way.
I’m gonna need a shot of something strong to get me through this.
Give me the strength
since you recently posted that vheissu art, i thought i’d share my vheissu themed contribution. i designed a set of posters revolving around a (hopeful) 2015 reunion/10 year anniversary tour. this is the first of the series, the rest can be seen here: http://cargocollective.com/christopherboonyawan/gig-poster-series-design
Hard to get a good picture but it’s healed now - paid tribute to another one of my favorite albums over last weekend. Thanks @dstattoos ! #deftones #whitepony #tattoos #tribute #thrice
Riley: Help me use my first half marathon as a way to raise money for JWCF and help fight cancer. - Riley's fundraising page for John Wayne Cancer Foundation
Just wanted to share this little Thrice experience: I saw them play in Columbus and while Dustin was talking briefly about the charity they were supporting on that run, someone in the audience yelled out something like “less talk, more rock.” Dustin, generally a super nice guy, instantly yelled out “You’re a dick and you can leave.” The whole crowd erupted into applause. It was great to see him so passionate about what the charity and what he was saying.
Mercury Sky re-release entire catalog for free download on Punks in Vegas (post hardcore feat. production by Thrice’s Teppei Teranishi) -
Mercury Sky (2000-2003) is the latest band to have their entire discography digitally re-released through Punks in Vegas’ “Vegas Archive” series, featuring commentary by drummer Mike Reilly.
The band’s work is notable for its production by Teppei Teranishi of Thrice (The Walls That We Bring) and Jesse Amoroso of TV’s Pawn Stars (Farewell EP) as well as being an early entry in the turn of the millennium post-hardcore/screamo resurgence in the punk rock scene (RIYL Finch, Thrice, Boys Night Out).
(Source: culturedcub, via ignis-aqua-aer-terra)
It looks like Eddie Breckenridge of Thrice, Brian Southall of The Receiving End Of Sirens, Nathan Ellis of The Casket Lottery, and Jason Trabue of Hopesfall may be forming something that you could consider a supergroup. Check out a teaser image below after the jump.
Thrice - Kill Me Quickly
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