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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…
Check out Dustin Kensrue performing “It Is Finished” acoustically. Dustin’s new album “The Water and the Blood” is available now.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
[Press Release] Seattle, WA – Grace Alone, a new EP by The Modern Post and released by the Mars Hill Music label, hit not one, but two Billboard charts this week, claiming the #10 spot on the Top Heatseekers Albums chart and #17 on the Top Christian Albums chart—all with no formal promotion or distribution. The Modern Post, a worship band at Mars Hill Church Orange County, is fronted by Dustin Kensrue on guitar and vocals, with brothers Lee and Phil Neujahr on drums and bass respectively, and Jonny Sandu on synths.
Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) explains the music of his new worship centered project, The Modern Post, right here. The Modern Post “Grace Alone” Ep is now available through Mars Hill Music, which you can listen to/download below.
Check out the brand new track “Grace Alone” by Dustin Kensrue (frontman for Thrice) in his new worship centered group, The Modern Post, right here. This is so awesome and I hope Dustin’s music will touch the lives of millions across the globe. [Source: Absolutepunk]
Dustin Kensrue and family are moving to Mars Hill Church in Bellevue Washington to become worship leader and pursue his calling in that field. I’ve been reading some tweets and comments online which have struck me as quite saddening and utterly depressing. A man uses his gifts for the glory of God and he is instantly ridiculed and insulted. Every person has a specific skill set in this life, Dustin’s just happens to be musician/singer/songwriter. As a Christian,…
Through recent tweets, Dustin Kensrue (vocalist of Thrice) has announced he is working on an EP with Joybringer, his worship band with Mars Hill Church. I’m excited to see what avenue this worship project will take him.
Check out this video teaser from Ascend the Hill for their upcoming (Free) album “O Ransomed Son”, due out next week. This teaser features guest vocals by Dustin Kensrue of Thrice.
Orange Counties own, Thrice, was honored with the 2012 Orange County Impact Award. Check out the mini-biography video on what may be one of the most influencial bands not only in the Southern California music scene, but music in general.
“Thrice has been a staple in the alternative-modern-rock world for nearly ten years and is known for effortlessly and continuously releasing groundbreaking records. From First Impressions to Major/Minor Thrice has remained true to their artistic expression, as early pioneers of a…
According to Twitter, Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) will be lending some guest vocals to the new Ascend the Hill album. Prepare to be blown away! Speaking of Dustin, I hear he is working on or going to work on his first full band worship album for release this year. News to follow.
Our favorite rugged Thrice frontman re-releases his Christmas record with two new songs. Grab some hot cocoa and experience some acoustic-indie-post-rock-folky-blues-holiday fun!
After four EPs of musical deconstruction, Thrice has finally put its sound back together with added depth and maturity.