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Thursday Announce Full Collapse And War All The Time Live Performances

Post hardcore heroes ​Thursday have announced they’ll be performing their classic albums Full Collapse and War All The Time at some special shows on the West Coast to celebrate 20 years as a band.

Post hardcore heroes Thursday have announced they’ll be performing their classic albums Full Collapse and War All The Time at some special shows on the West Coast to celebrate 20 years as a band. The first night of each stop they’ll play Full Collapse and the second night they’ll play War All The Time. 

The band commented: “To celebrate our 20th year, we’ve decided to take the two albums that defined our legacy and play them in their entirety. The first night, we’re presenting Full Collapse and the second, War All the Time. The shows will be intimate, evoking the spaces we were playing when these records were written. We hope you’ll join us.”

Understanding In a Car Crash from Full Collapse, 2001

If you find yourself on the West Coast, the band are playing at these places:

04/25 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s (“Full Collapse” set) 

04/26 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s (“War All The Time” set) 

04/27 Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex (“Full Collapse” set) 

04/28 Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex (“War All The Time” set) 

04/29 San Diego, CA – Soda Bar (early/late show, playing both albums) 

Hopefully they’ll make it to the UK!

Posted on February 2nd 2018, 11:10am
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