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Album Review

Irvine, CA-based quartet Thrice are oft-described as “the Radiohead of heavy music,” and true to that somewhat grandiose tag, their music transcends nearly all of the genre-bound strictures of the metal, hardcore, and punk that have been woven into their post-hardcore DNA. Beggars, the group’s seventh album, wisely sidesteps some of the indulgences of their ambitious (but flawed) EP series, The Alchemy Index. Containing all of the progressive fire of that series, tempered by a straightforward and honest approach to songcraft, the album delivers a lot of what longtime Thrice fans have been clamoring for (colossal, heavy riffs) while striving for a sound that won’t alienate newer, more mainstream, listeners.

Customer Reviews

seriously thrice,, when will you stop getting better?

holy smokes does this album ever rock!!! and without the vagrant voiceovers! thrice has once again taken a step back from the machine driven fromula.... and prduced one of the best records i have heard in a longgg time,, whether your paying attention to the lyrics "which are some of dustins best yet" the innnsane guitar riffs tepei is throwing at you,,,,, rileys absolutley unorthadox drumming patterns that fil sooo seemingly,, orrr the heavy creative bass lines ed provides.... this album will take you places musically that you thought a band wouldnt be able to take you this day and age. this album ranks veryy high in the thrice collection,, creative, to put it in one word. buying the physical release also,, but after that filthy leak, i needed to help bring thrices spirits back up....!!! if they dropped.

Highest of expectations blown away once again

I sat down to listen to this album with extremely high expectations. Thrice is a band that has never let me down. They are an unbelievably progressive band, growing as much with every album as many bands do in their entire careers. I was particularly excited for this album though. Don't get me wrong, The Alchemy Index was a wonderfully refreshing and evolutionary experiment in "separating the elements" of Thrice, but it left me yearning for an album that flowed seamlessly from front-to-back like every other Thrice release has. Fairly or not, I wanted this album to have it all - the progression and evolution of Alchemy Index with the impact of every album that preceeded it. I cannot say enough how blown away I was by this album. UNBELIEVABLE. This album met my every expectation. Not gonna lie - the first song threw me off a little bit - the beat was a bit of a new feel from Thrice. But then I reminded myself - thats what every Thrice album feels like - you just have to let it sink in. Turns out this song set an absolutely perfect tone for the remainder of the album. The sound is amazing, the feel is constant from start to finish, Dustin's vocals are the best they've ever been, everything is perfect. It's easily the most polished release the band has ever put out, and I thoroughly enjoyed every part of listening to this album. Classic Thrice. Thank you once again guys.


WOW THRICE IS AMAZING... better and better each album. different then any other band. these guys are real artists . long live thrice.. BUY IT NOW.. and BUY the september 15th discs with 5 extra songs.. wanna see a sick show... go see them live.... LONG LIVE THRICE


Formed: 1998 in Irvine, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Post-hardcore quartet Thrice formed in 1998 in Irvine, California. Guitarist/vocalist Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist Eddie Breckenridge, and drummer Riley Breckenridge all knew each other from high school and the neighborhood skate park, and the usual round of practices, music competitions, and local gigs helped hone their new band's sound. By late 1999, Thrice had amassed enough material to cut a proper record. Working with Death by Stereo's Paul Miner, the quartet recorded...
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