An Interview With Thursday: Stay True

In this day and age, anything is possible—especially within the realm of our wonderful music community. Now more than ever, our nostalgic hearts tend to celebrate with pure joy and elation immediately after hearing the news of our favorite bands reuniting. Within the last few years, we’ve seen many reunions …

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Geoff Rickly: Legend Returns To Landmark

Former Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly has been keeping himself busy all these years, playing with United Nations and No Devotion, as well as maintaining a solo career. Rickly’s music takes on a much darker, more folk-influenced sound than his other projects, highlighting another side to his musical tastes and talents. …

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An Interview with Geoff Rickly: A New Day

It’s been a year and change since New Jersey’s own Thursday announced a hiatus, leaving many to question why such a rising, thriving band hit the brakes. But from the perspective of frontman Geoff Rickly, the group merely took their chance to go out on top, with their original lineup …

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Anthony Green/Geoff Rickly @ Encore Event Center

FREEHOLD, NJ—On Dec. 8, I made my way to Central Jersey to attend an intimate, acoustic show featuring Anthony Green and Geoff Rickly.

Rickly started off the night with a passionate performance of Thursday’s “Time’s Arrow.” This was followed by a Springsteen cover mixed in with a few of his …

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Interview with Geoff Rickly from Thursday: Lights Out

New Brunswick, NJ, 1998: Five friends played their first show in their singer’s basement. They were called Thursday, and what came after that could be described as a revolution. After 1999’s Waiting (released on Eyeball Records), Thursday signed to Victory Records to release Full Collapse.

From that point forward, …

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Interview with Geoff Rickly from Thursday: Open Quotes

Of all the bands to break out of the New Brunswick scene, I have never been able to escape Thursday. Their music dug its way very deep into my ears at a very young age; blasting from behind the closed doors of friends’ older siblings’ rooms and then, when I …

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Underoath/Thursday @ The Trocadero Theatre

PHILADELPHIA, PA—Nestled within all the brotherly love and impossible to understand parking restrictions of Philadelphia is the Trocadero Theatre. Without all the scenesters standing around outside, this theater would be lost amidst all the Chinatown storefronts. A few trips around the block revealed where the tour buses were parked, and …

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Thursday: Video Interview With Geoff Rickly

Geoff Rickly of Thursday sits down with The Aquarian's Jordana Borensztajn to talk about their new album, Common Existence. Watch the full video.
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Thursday @ The Chance

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY—For the first time, I was almost disappointed by a Thursday show.

But it wasn’t the band’s fault.

After making the two hour drive up to The Chance in Poughkeepsie, NY, I should have known better. I wasn’t in New Jersey anymore.

From past experiences, the entire crowd erupts …

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Interview with Thursday: Ringing In The New Year

The last time Thursday played a New Year’s Eve show was almost 10 years ago, in a New Brunswick basement, and Poison The Well were on the bill. Fast forward to 2007 and the habitual New Jersey post hardcore sextet are playing Starland Ballroom this New Year’s Eve with Circa …

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