Thrice have been around for the better part of two decades. Their humble beginnings rooted in an amalgamation of punk and post hardcore, they have since bridged the gaps between a multitude of genres. Never ceasing to add new twists and turns, the group has cemented their ever-expanding reputation, resulting in some of the most artfully creative and innovative music to grace our ears. Ahead of the release of Horizons/East, the band has released the single, “Scavengers”, to which vocalist Dustin Kensrue had this to say:
“The song is – but also kind of isn’t – a thing of the past. Whether lost in a media diet that is essentially a disinformation pipeline or, relatedly, trapped in fear of a future of eternal conscious pain…toxic worldviews I once inhabited…a lot of people that I loved are still in that place.”
As always the band has endeavored to broach new grounds in the creative process of writing this album. Everything from finding inspiration from the jazz music they all share a love for, to taking the Fibonacci sequence and using it as a guitar riff. To paraphrase Epitaph Records themselves, this album is a “…soundtrack for deeper dreaming”.
Thrice will release Horizons/East digitally on September 17th, and physically October 8th via Epitaph Records. The official visualizer can be seen below.
Thrice – “Scavengers”
“Scavengers” by @Thrice from the album ‘Horizons / East’, available September 17Pre-order at https://thrice.ffm.to/horizonseastPresented in Chromadepth®Music…