|1||Fast to the End||Lyrics/Info||3:21|
|3||A Darker Forest||Lyrics/Info||3:39|
|4||Sparks Against the Sun||Lyrics/Info||4:45|
|6||Past and Future Ruins||Lyrics/Info||4:15|
|7||Magnets Caught in a Metal Heart||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|9||A Gun in the First Act||Lyrics/Info||5:01|
New Jersey's passionate rock band Thursday returns on April 12 with their most dynamic album to date, No Devolución. On their sixth studio album, Thursday explores elements of post-rock, indie, art and experimental styles, blending it all with their post-hardcore roots for a beautifully cathartic experience unlike anything they've done before.
"This is a really different record and we thought we should just come out of the gates with a really different song," Rickly tells SPIN.com. "We were always tempering our desire to make something that was more graceful, more sweeping, and this record was the first one where we said, 'You know what? Who cares? Let's say our career is over tomorrow, who fucking cares? Let's make something beautiful.'"
Emotionally charged atmospheric guitars, rhythm and keyboards swirl in unison with Rickly's inimitably intense vocals, painting a powerful cinematic-like soundscape and grabbing hold of listeners with each twisting turn. No longer merely the "screamo" band of yore, Thursday has transcended the genre they helped to spark with No Devolución, which translates to "No Returns," an appropriate title for a band consistently moving forward.
For the last thirteen years, Thursday has been in a constant state of transition. Rising from New Brunswick, NJ, in the midst of a DIY …