Good news all around. Dustin Kensrue recently answered some questions regarding Thrice in a new Reddit AMA. Kensrue mentioned that touring and even new music from Thrice is likely. Check out what he had to say below after the jump.
POZ Decade: Thrice - The Artist In The Ambulance
Just saying that this was awesome.
Like many of you, Jason and I are pretty huge fans of Thrice and we celebrate every release in its discography. So it was quite the honor to speak Riley Breckenridge on the latest AbsolutePunk.net Podcast episode. In this episode, we break down the entire Thrice discography (with Riley sharing a lot of cool stories and inside information), talk about the band’s current status, and we even fit in a little baseball talk.
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I had a blast chatting with Jason and Drew and really appreciated being asked to be a part of the AbsolutePunk.net podcast. It’s well worth listening to if you’re a Thrice fan, and I think we touched on a broad enough range of topics to make it a worthwhile listen for music fans in general. Also: SPORTS!
My warships are lying off the coast of your delicate heart.
City & Colour - Little Hell(via justbeafraidofthedark)
Thrice - “Burn The Fleet (Live at the Anaheim HOB)”
I just got a tweet about this song and it reminded me of how proud I am of it. It’s one of my favorite songs that we ever wrote, as it always felt like a cool/thoughtful blend of Elliott Smith and Cave In (two of my favorites). Always an absolute pleasure to play.
Still wish I could have seen them live