Thrice's boundary pushing continues with the second installment of the Alchemy Index series. VOLUMES 1 & 2 (FIRE & WATER), released in October of last year, were met with tremendous critical acclaim and fanfare. Fans and critics were especially impressed with the WATER side and just how far the band had pushed the parameters of what they can do as professional musicians. The EARTH and AIR series show two more sides of the band that anyone has yet to see. The EARTH side will showcase a more stripped down, raw element of the band, while AIR will expose a more soft rock side. One thing is for certain... no one really knows where Thrice's music is going, and their fans seem to like it just fine that way.
Thrice's boundary pushing continues with the second installment of the Alchemy Index series. VOLUMES 1 & 2 (FIRE & WATER), released in October of last year, were met with tremendous critical acclaim and fanfare. Fans and critics were especially impressed with the WATER side and just how far the band had pushed the parameters of what they can do as professional musicians. The EARTH and AIR series show two more sides of the band that anyone has yet to see. The EARTH side will showcase a more stripped down, raw element of the band, while AIR will expose a more soft rock side. One thing is for certain... no one really knows where Thrice's music is going, and their fans seem to like it just fine that way.
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Vol. 3-4-Alchemy Index
Artist: Thrice
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Thrice's boundary pushing continues with the second installment of the Alchemy Index series. VOLUMES 1 & 2 (FIRE & WATER), released in October of last year, were met with tremendous critical acclaim and fanfare. Fans and critics were especially impressed with the WATER side and just how far the band had pushed the parameters of what they can do as professional musicians. The EARTH and AIR series show two more sides of the band that anyone has yet to see. The EARTH side will showcase a more stripped down, raw element of the band, while AIR will expose a more soft rock side. One thing is for certain... no one really knows where Thrice's music is going, and their fans seem to like it just fine that way.

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It's strange that Thrice were nominally affiliated with Thursday back in the day as leaders of the Warped Tour neo-emo movement. "Digital Sea," from the combined first and second volumes of this ambitious Alchemy project, employs subterranean blips and beeps, heavily treated drums and not the slightest trace of fretboard acrobatics or screamo tantrums. The Orange County quartet is courageously pushing the envelope at the risk of alienating sk8r boi fans, but deserve to win many more.