Dustin Kensrue | Teppei Teranishi | Ed Breckenridge | Riley Breckenridge
Formed in 1998, the Orange County-based four-piece, Thrice, is widely regarded as one of the most innovative rock bands of their generation.Today marks the premiere of “The Grey,” a deeply evocative track that’s equal parts intense guitar work, furious rhythms, and indelible melody. Thrice has also announced a headline tour this fall with The Bronx and label-mates, Teenage Wrist.
In 2016 Thrice released To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere, which included the radio smash single, "Black Honey". Featuring frontman Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi, bassist Eddie Breckenridge, and drummer Riley Breckenridge, the band made their debut with the 2000 album, Identity Crisis. With later releases including their 2003 breakout, The Artist in the Ambulance and a duo of concept LPs, 2007’s The Alchemy Index: Fire and Water and 2008's Earth and Air. Thrice then took a several-year hiatus, starting in 2012.
Arriving in May 2016, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere proved to be Thrice’s most politically-minded, yet vulnerable, work to date, as well as it's most commercially-successful. Thus far, 2018 looks to be another monumental year for the band, as they sign a new worldwide record deal with Epitaph Records and deliver their emotionally-intense new single, "The Grey".