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Thursday 14th April 2016

Mainstream rockers Thrice talk about new album

ROCK HITMAKERS Thrice, who reconvened after a lengthy hiatus, spoke recently about their new album, their first since 2011's 'Major/Minor'. Drummer Riley Breckinridge said, "Once we started doing reunion shows last year we talked about making music again and it was a resounding 'yes' from everybody. We got the timeline set up but they had some geographical constraints. Dustin [Kensrue] was living up in the Pacific Northwest, Teppai was up there outside Seattle as well so a lot of it was done virtually to begin with, sharing files and building stuff up in Logic or Garage Band, whatever. Passing song ideas back and forth, slowly developing them to a point where Dustin ended up moving down to Orange County; we had Teppai fly in a couple times before or after the one-off shows and we'd write for a week like we used to. Then we'd all go back to our homes for more file-sharing. . . We finished recording, finished mixing, finished mastering. . . We're getting all our assets together to make sure you have a decent roll-out for the record." CR

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