Thursday (band)

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Thursday
Background information
Origin New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
Genres Emo, post-rock, post-punk, post-hardcore, screamo, melodic hardcore[1][2][3][4]
Years active 1997-2011
Labels Eyeball, Victory, Island, Epitaph
Members
Geoff Rickly
Tom Keeley
Tim Payne
Tucker Rule
Steve Pedulla
Andrew Everding
Past members
Bill Henderson

Thursday was an American emo band, formed in New Brunswick, New Jersey, at 1997. The group has released six full-length albums, one compilation album, four EPs and one slipt. The band separates in November 22, 2011.[5][6]

Discography[change | edit source]

Studio albums
  • Waiting' (December 6, 1999, Eyeball Records)
  • Full Collapse (October 18, 2001, Victory Records) US #178 / US Indie #9 / US Heat #10
  • War All the Time (September 16, 2003, Island Records) US #7 / UK #62
  • A City by the Light Divided (May 2, 2006, Island Records) US #20 / UK #112
  • Common Existence (February 17, 2009, Epitaph Records) US #56 / US Indie #4
  • No Devolución (April 12, 2011, Epitaph Records) US #63 / US Indie #11
Compilation albums
  • Kill the House Lights (October 30, 2007, Victory Records) US #113 / US Indie #10
EPs
  • 1999 Summer Tour EP (July 1999, Self-released)
  • Five Stories Falling (October 22, 2002, Victory Records) US #197 / US Indie #10 / US Heat #6
  • Live from the SoHo & Santa Monica Stores (November 11, 2003, Island Records)
  • Live in Detroit (December 2003, Island Records)
Slipts
  • Thursday / Envy (November 4, 2008, Temporary Residence Records)
Singles
  • Understanding in a Car Crash (2001, Full Collapse)
  • Cross Out the Eyes (2002, Full Collapse)
  • Standing on the Edge of Summer (2002, Full Collapse)
  • For the Workforce, Drowning (2003, War All the Time) UK #83
  • Signals Over the Air (2003, War All the Time) UK #62 / US Alt. #30
  • War All the Time (2004, War All the Time)
  • Counting 5-4-3-2-1 (2006, A City by the Light Divided)
  • At This Velocity (2007, A City by the Light Divided)
  • Ladies and Gentlemen: My Brother, the Failure (2007, Kill the House Lights)
  • Dead Songs (2007, Kill the House Lights)
  • Resuscitation of a Dead Man (2009, Common Existence)
  • Past and Future Ruins / Paper Lung (2011, No Devolución

Members[change | edit source]

Current members
  • Geoff Rickly – lead vocals (since 1997)
  • Tim Payne – bass (since 1997)
  • Tom Keeley – lead guitar, backing vocals (since 1997)
  • Steve Pedulla – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (since 2000)
  • Tucker Rule – drums, percussion (since 1997)
  • Andrew Everding – keyboards, synthesizer, backing vocals (since 2002)
Former members
  • Bill Henderson – rhythm guitar (1997–2000)

References[change | edit source]

  1. "AllMusic: Thursday Biography". AllMusic. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p413377. Retrieved 2008-05-26.
  2. Harris, Chris (2006-03-02). "Thursday 'Smell Like Your Grandparents' House' In Retro New Video". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1525135/20060301/thursday.jhtml. Retrieved 2008-06-30.
  3. Dee, Jonathan (2003-06-29). "The Summer of Screamo". New York Times. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A03E5DE153BF93AA15755C0A9659C8B63&sec=&spon=&pagewanted=1. Retrieved 2008-05-26.
  4. Explore style: Screamo at Allmusic Music Guide
  5. [1] Thursday Twitter
  6. [2]

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