Thrice: Vheissu

Thrice SKU: 37174774
Thrice: Vheissu

Thrice: Vheissu

Thrice SKU: 37174774

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Vheissu
Label: Srcvinyl
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited clear colored vinyl LP pressing. Produced by Steve Osborne (Massive Attack, U2), Thrice's fourth album Vheissu marked a more experimental deviation from the band's post-hardcore roots. Largely seen as Thrice's finest moment, it climbed to No. 15 on the Billboard 200 and yielded the single Image of the Invisible. I think Vheissu is the Thrice record that I'm most proud of... ultimately, I think we made a record that has stood the test of time, is strong top-to-bottom, and has a few great songs that are still some of my favorites to play live (The Earth Will Shake, Of Dust And Nations, Red Sky), drummer Riley Breckenridge reflects. Vheissu was a turning point for us, adds guitarist Teppei Teranishi. I feel like we finally settled into our own as a band and everything that we've done since has hinged on the direction we found with this record.

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