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Thursday

No Devolucion

Epitaph 871212

Released on April 12, 2011


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New Jersey's passionate rock band Thursday returns on April 12 with their most dynamic album to date, No Devolución. On their sixth studio album, Thursday explores elements of post-rock, indie, art and experimental styles, blending it all with their post-hardcore roots for a beautifully cathartic experience unlike anything they've done before. Emotionally charged, atmospheric guitars and keyboards swirl in unison with Geoff Rickly's inimitably intense vocals, painting a powerful cinematic soundscape and grabbing hold of listeners with each twisting turn. No longer merely the "screamo" band of yore, Thursday has transcended the genre they helped to spark on No Devolución, which translates to "No Returns," an appropriate title for a band consistently moving forward. No Devolución wastes no time with the frantic urgency of "Fast to the End," which strikes a perfect balance between new and old styles. "Records are always written about new love or break-ups but no one ever writes records about long term devotion," says Rickly. "After 13 years as a band, this theme seemed self-evident." No Devolución's theme of devotion can be felt as the dramatic arc of the album unfolds. Segueing seamlessly from one to another, "No Answers" and "A Darker Forest" find Thursday at their most vulnerable place ever. Rickly's haunting vocals float through fields of atmospheric guitars and keyboards, building to the album's first single "Magnets Caught in a Metal Heart," a stunning and memorable song of love's bittersweet attraction.

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Fast To The End  0%
2 No Answers Voted #2  17%
3 A Darker Forest  6%
4 Sparks Against The Sun  0%
5 Open Quotes  0%
6 Past And Future Ruins Voted #1  28%
7 Magnets Caught In A Metal Heart  0%
8 Empty Glass  0%
9 A Gun In The First Act Voted #3  17%
10 Millimeter  0%
11 Turnpike Divides  17%
12 Stay True  17%
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