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Dustin Kensrue has revealed the new music video for his song “Gallows”. He released that song on his record Carry the Fire earlier this year. …continue reading
Hot off the heels of his Carry the Fire release, Dustin Kensrue has performed a live cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball”. Check out the video below.
Zero Platoon released a video interview with Dustin Kensrue which also contains an acoustic performance of “Carry The Fire”. Check it out below. Zero Platoon’s website states that it “is an organization founded by and staffed by veterans–with a little help from our friends. Our goal is to help make the adaptation into military life a little easier for those younger members who may struggle with emotional and psychological issues that stem from being away from their homes and loved ones for the first times in their lives. With the help of tour musicians and other entertainers and artists, Zero Platoon offers live entertainment and online resources for anyone struggling with the intense lifestyle change that comes with serving in the military. We are grateful to everyone who serves and we just want to give a little back.” …continue reading
Northwest Collective will release a new album titled Rejoice: Live From Seattle through BEC Recordings on May 12th. The collective is a group of “artists in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States who have come together to worship the Lord from multiple backgrounds and styles”. The album features tracks from Dustin Kensrue, Cam Huxford (Ghost Ship), Brian Eichelberger (The Sing Team), & Hannah Garvey. Check out the album cover, track listing, & Dustin Kensrue performing “Rejoice” below. Pre-order here. …continue reading
In a surprise announcement, Thrice will be playing at The Glass House in Pomona, CA on May 13th. This is their first “reunion show” following a string of festival announcements. All of the presale tickets are sold out and tickets are now available as of this posting. Get ’em while you can here!
Leading up to the release of his new album tomorrow, you can stream Dustin Kensrue’s Carry the Fire (with commentary) on YouTube. The album tracks are included in a playlist in the video below. …continue reading
Dustin Kensrue has released a new music video for his track “Of Crows and Crowns” which will be released on his upcoming new full length release titled “Carry the Fire”, which is due out April 21st. Video can be found, below. …continue reading
Thrice have announced that they will be performing at this year’s Skate & Surf Fest (Asbury Park, NJ) in May, Amnesia Rock Fest (Montebello, Quebec, Canada) in June, & HevyFest (UK) in August. Follow the links for more details.
Dustin Kensrue is the latest guest on the Bad Christian Podcast (#63). They talk about “Thrice, the relationship between faith and art, Dustin’s time at Mars Hill Church in Seattle”, & more. Listen here (interview starts at 37:50).
Dustin Kensrue was on the latest episode (#66) of The Reformed Pubcast. You can listen here. For those unfamiliar with the podcast, hosts “Les and Tanner every week for theology, games, and beer. It’s the theology of Calvin and the thirst of Luther.” Don’t forget to check out Dustin’s new single “Back to Back” below. …continue reading
Head on over to Billboard Magazine to hear the first taste of music from Dustin Kensrue’s solo album Carry the Fire. He also briefly talks with the magazine about the new song titled “Back to Back”. Carry the Firewill be released on April 21st and can be pre-ordered on the Thrice frontman’s website. He will also be doing a small tour throughout the month of April to support the new solo material.
The guys over at Bad Christian podcast are planning on having quite a few familiar faces in the future. These include Donald Miller (author, Blue Like Jazz), Dustin Kensrue (Thrice, The Modern Post) Aaron Gillespie (Underoath, The Almost), and Aaron Sprinkle (Producer, Fair). Who is excited for this?
Dustin Kensrue has announced that he will release his new solo album, titled Carry The Fire, on April 21st on Staple Records / Vagrant Records. Check out the album cover & track listing below. “This record is a study in contrasts; light and darkness, flame and flood, true love and senseless hatred,” commented Kensrue. “What does it mean to ‘carry the fire’ when it so often seems like there is no light …continue reading …
The Heavy and Light Tour, run by non-profit movement To Write Love On Her Arms, will be returning to both coasts of the United States in early 2015. Los Angeles and Orlando are set for January 15th and 31st respectively. Announced acts include Jon Foreman (of Switchfoot) and Dustin Kensrue (of Thrice). You can view more information and buy tickets on the Heavy and Light website. In related news, TWLOHA recently debuted the trailer for their own …continue reading …
Following the revival of vinyl sales, Thrice is going to repress their 2011 album Major/Minor on vinyl. This batch is limited 1500 yellow copies, so get em while you still can for a mere $20. While you are at it, check out Thrice vocalist Dustin Kensrue’s solo Christmas album The Good Night Is Still Everywhere on vinyl for even less than M/M.
The Modern Post, which was the original name for Dustin Kensrue’s worship project on Mars Hill, will release a Christmas EP on Nov. 24th via BEC Recordings. Pre-order Lowborn Kings on iTunes. Check out the cover & track listing below. …continue reading
According to a post on Dustin Kensrue’s Facebook he has entered the studio to record a follow-up to his 2007 solo debut Please Come Home. The album should be out next Spring on Staple / Vagrant. Read a quote from Dustin below. …continue reading
Dustin Kensrue’s 2008 Christmas album, This Good Night Is Still Everywhere, is being re-pressed on limited edition colored vinyl (500 pure white / 500 white & blue swirl). Pre-order the Dec. 9th release here. Every pre-order gets a free download of the new cover “O Little Town of Bethlehem” which you can listen to below. …continue reading
Dustin Kensrue is auctioning off his 1974 Gibson SG Standard Charcoal Burst guitar in light of moving. In the description it states, “Great guitar. I’ve had it for a long time. Super fun to play and sounds amazing. It was my main guitar for a while, recording and touring before I gave it to my Dad for Father’s day awhile back. He passed away a few years ago now and in his honor I brought I …continue reading …
Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) has resigned his position as Director of Worship and elder at Mars Hill Church. The Tweet he sent out included a link to a longer statement detailing his reasoning. Read that here & see the Tweet below. …continue reading
Jacoby Shaddix, frontman of Papa Roach, gave his testimony & performed Dustin Kensrue’s track “It’s Not Enough” live at Capital Christian Center in Sacramento on Easter. Check out a few separate videos of the event below. …continue reading
Last night Dustin Kensrue of Thrice fame and more recently solo accolades, participated in a Reddit Post Hardcore Ask Me Anything. Fans have been wondering if there was a chance Thrice would be touring and making music again, and it seems Dustin isn’t shy about his thoughts. He says the odds of Thrice going back on a tour are “very, very likely” and he “suspect[s]” that they will make a “recording of some kind”. He …continue reading …
You can stream the whole Dustin Kensrue album “The Water & The Blood” right here. At the link you’ll also find acoustic sessions and chord charts (downloadable). Enjoy!
These albums are out today. Did you pick any up and if so, what are your favorites? …continue reading
Our writer, Keith Settles, recently did a phone interview with Dustin Kensrue (of Thrice) about his upcoming solo worship album, “The Water & The Blood”. Check out the AUDIO interview via our soundcloud link below. Make sure you buy Dustin’s brand new solo album “The Water & The Blood” when it goes on sale. …continue reading
Dustin Kensrue former lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for Thrice, will release his new solo worship album “The Water & the Blood” on September 30th via BEC Recordings/Mars Hill Music. Order here on CD and Vinyl.
Dustin Kensrue has released a coupon on his Facebook page that allows buyers to purchase a physical copy album of his new album for only $6.99. This coupon is valid starting this Monday, however, the The Water and the Blood does not release until Tuesday. …continue reading
With less than a week to go until release, Dustin Kensrue has put out another new song from The Water and the Blood. You can stream “Suffering Servant” on Relevant Magazine’s “The Drop”. Two other songs from the album, “Rejoice” and “It’s Not Enough”, can be found here and here respectively. The album is ready to preorder on the Mars Hill Music webstore.
Check out this awesome new “solo” song from former Thrice frontman/guitarist/songwriter Dustin Kensrue off his new album “The Water & The Blood” due out September 30th on Mars Hill Music/BEC Recordings. Who thinks that this tune would work great as a “Christmas” track? Pre-order the album on CD/LP here. …continue reading
Amazon has posted the artwork and tracklisting for Dustin Kensrue’s new album “Water & The Blood” and you can view it here. The album will release on October 1st through BEC Recordings/Mars Hill Music. If you want to hear the new song “It’s Not Enough” you can do so right here. [Thanks Derek O.]
Alternative Press has just released a new song from former Thrice frontman, Dustin Kensrue. The song is called “It’s Not Enough” and is on his second full-length (that isn’t a Christmas Album) titled “The Water and The Blood”, which is to be released via BEC Recordings/Mars Hill.
Check out the link below. As a huge Thrice fan, I am super excited for this album.
According to Dustin’s Twitter, he is currently working on his debut full length for Mars Hill Music which will release hopefully this summer. According to his post on twitter, the album will appear on Mars Hill Music under his name, Dustin Kensrue. Cool.
Thrice have put up their “Live” release, “Anthology” for pre-order right here. The album will release on October 30th. If you want to see the tracklisting for the career spanning set, click here. Songs go all the way back to “Identity Crisis” on up through their latest studio album.