About a year ago, Thrice announced that after 13 years and 8 albums, they'd be taking an indefinite hiatus but would go out with a bang in the form of a huge farewell tour.
Turns out, they recorded some of the set (okay, all of it) and are releasing a 2-disc 24-song live album in October!
Anthology is out October 30.
So a little bit ago, Thrice announced a hiatus and people were gutted. Frontman Dustin Kensrue is not having a bar of it, and has started a solo project so his freggin awesome songwriting (and even awesomer voice) continues to be heard all over the place.
Sidenote: Dustin also features as a guest vocalist on the upcoming Ascend The Hill album, Oh Ransomed Son, announced to be out April 17.
Take a look at this video of Dustin performing one of his new songs, tentatively titled 'Of Crows & Crowns'.
Just a month or so after the release of their long awaited album Major/Minor, Thrice have announed a hiatus from being a full-time band after 13 years.
It's not a full on break-up, they say, and there's every possibility that they'll still hang out and make some new stuff in years to come - kinda like what Falling Up did. You can read the whole statement here.