THRICE haben kürzlich mit VH1 über ihr ambitioniertes 4 CD-Album gesprochen. Frontmann Dustin Kensrue hierzu:
It's definitely a daunting task, and I think we're starting to realize that now, since we're not in the beginning phases anymore. It's a lot of fun and a serious challenge for us, which is what we're always looking for.
People who liked Vheissu and people who didn't seem to like these songs, but I'm not sure that will play out for the entire project," he said. "This record's different than what would have been just the next Thrice record, being it has these themes that we're trying to hit. It allows for things that wouldn't have happened on an old Thrice record. We have this one song that's sort of a bluesy jazz standard, and there wouldn't have been space for something like that on any of our other records. But we have the freedom to do it here, and it fits."
THRICE werden die jeweils 30minütigen Alben selber produzieren. Sie werden die Namen Earth, Air, Water und Fire tragen und eventuell schon Ende dieses Jahres in den Läden stehen. Die Band überlegt ebenfalls, ob sie das Release nicht in 2 Veröffentlichungen à 2 CDs aufteilen soll.
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