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thrice refused tour2019Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne, Germany
4th November 2019
Thrice & Refused

THRICE gave their debut on the Epitaph label with their new album, ‘Palms’, and celebrated their 20th anniversary with an official album. Standstill was never an option for THRICE, surprises are taken into account and so here again the Californians convince with their new musical turns. While the experienced producer Eric Palmquist took the vocals and percussion part, the band provided the guitars. That released the guys from their duty to play perfectly every single note: “For us, it was more about the right feeling of tones”, said lead singer Dustin Kensrue. From a stylistic point of view, that approach resulted in an extremely diversified album, and its ten songs range from piano ballads to aggressive tracks. Passion and intensity are attached not only to the full power, but also to the attitudes. ‘Palms’ is another classic in the career of THRICE.

Since the release of their 2015 album, ‘Freedom’, REFUSED in return are back at full capacity. As you know, after release of the milestone, ‘The Shape of Punk To Come’, the band around singer Dennis Lyxzén took a longer timeout and since 1998, no new song was released. How to top that genre-detonating monster, that gave them the status of legends at a single blow, seemed the Swedes asked themselves. Now it looks like that the old live fascination returned. The old fire is burning again, and after 17 years, with ‘Freedom’ the quartet presents an adequately exciting follow-up, and the live performances of REFUSED are still intensive, explosive and dangerous like a volcano eruption. So be careful next autumn. A veritable storm of noise is ahead, when two of the most reputable noisemakers of the scene go on tour. Taken together, the joint appearances of THRICE and REFUSED will turn the world of the people out there upside down.

Additional Concert Info
Doors: 18.30
Start: 19:30
Tickets: are available for EUR 43.50 via Eventim
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