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Dustin Kensrue streams album “Of Crows and Crowns”


A day before the release, Dustin Kensrue is streaming his new solo album “Of Crows and Crowns” with track-by-track commentary. Listen to the whole album below.

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Tim Vantol joins Dustin Kensrue on UK tour

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Dutch folk troubadour Tim Vantol will be opening for Dustin Kensrue on his UK tour in May. For all dates, please read on. Continue reading


Dustin Kensrue releases video “Of Crows and Crowns”


Thrice front man Dustin Kensrue has a new video out for “Of Crows and Crowns“. His new solo album “Carry the Fire” will be out April 21, which will be the follow-up of his 2013 worship album “The Water & the Blood“. Watch his new video below.

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New album Dustin Kensrue; streams “Back to Back”

Dustin Kensrue of Thrice is back! The singer and guitarist will be releasing a new solo album called “Carry the Fire” on April 21 and is streaming its first single “Back to Back” right now. For more details and to listen to the song, please read on. Continue reading


Farewell tour guitar Dustin Kensrue (Thrice) up for auction

Dustin Kensrue of Thrice has donated his acoustic guitar to Invisible Children to put up for auction. The guitar was brought along during Thrice’s farewell tour and was used for some secret acoustic shows. Read on to find out how to place your bid. Continue reading


Live Review: Groezrock – Fender Acoustic Stage

As most punk and hardcore fans know, last weekend was Groezrock. In the small town of Meerhout-Gestel in Belgium about 40.000 people from all over the world showed up for two days of good clean fun. And for the first time in the history of Groezrock, an Acoustic Stage was put down with the likes of Mikey Erg, The Bouncing SoulsDustin Kensrue and many more. Continue reading


Replacements Groezrock

There has been some shifting in the Groezrock line-up. I Am The Avalanche had to cancel, so Hostage Calm moved into their spot on the Etnies Stage. That meant they aren’t playing an acoustic set anymore, so two slots opened. Curious who Groezrock pulled in for the Fender Acoustic Stage?

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