Pushing the maximum capacity limits and shaking the floorboards of the Roseland Theater, Sunday night a sold-out crowd said a stirring farewell to Thrice, as their North American farewell tour made one last stop in the City of Roses.
Though the band has been adamant that this isn’t necessarily the absolute end for them, but instead a hiatus for the foreseeable future, fans of Thrice were left to the bitter-sweetness of getting to enjoy seeing a band that’s been at it for over a decade for what could possibly be the last time.
This entry was written by ELEVEN, Live and tagged 2012, Dustin Kensrue, Eleven Magazine, ELEVENPDX, Farewell Tour, Jenna Fletcher, Kimberly Lawson, Live Music, PDX, PDX Music, Portland Music, Roseland Theater, Thrice. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on June 13, 2012 at 12:59 am, filed under
If you’ve been following Thrice’s career for any amount of time, you know that they’ve amassed more than a few fans over more than a decade spent crafting their own particular brand of post-hardcore. Through the different seasons of their time as band, they’ve incorporated many different genres into their sound, leaving them in a place all their own now. And the fans know it.
This entry was written by Live and tagged 11/4/2011, Dustin Kensrue, ELEVEN PDX, Jordan Dreyer, Kimberly Lawson, La Dispute, Live, Live Music, Moving Mountains, O Brother, PDX, Portland Music, Show, Thrice, Wonder Ballroom. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on November 30, 2011 at 9:16 pm, filed under