THRICE today announce the pre-order details for their forthcoming live recording, Anthology, which will be released on Staple Records/Workhorse Music Group October 30, 2012. The live recording features 24 songs and will be available digitally, on two CDs, and as a limited edition box set containing four LP’s. The LP box set is limited to just 3000 stamped and numbered pieces and will include a 24-page photo booklet along with 2 black LP’s and 2 white LP’s all on 180 gram vinyl.

Fans can go to http://smarturl.it/anthologypreorder to choose among the following options:

1: Music Only – starting at $9.99 ($9.99 digital $11.99 CD, $59.99 vinyl)

Includes:

§  Digital, Double CD or 4 LP/180 Gram Vinyl Box Set

§  Instant Download of the song “Anthology”

2: T-Shirt Bundle – starting at $29.99 ($29.99 w/ digital, $31.99 w/ CD, $79.99 w/ vinyl)

Includes:

§  Digital, Double CD or 4 LP/180 Gram Vinyl Box Set

§  T-shirt

§  Instant Download of the song “Anthology”

3: Deluxe Bundle – starting at $49.99 ($49.99 w/ digital, $51.99 w/ CD, $99.99 w/ vinyl)

Includes:

§  Digital, Double CD or 4 LP/180 Gram Vinyl Box Set

§  T-shirt

§  12″x24″ Limited Edition, Hand Numbered Poster

§  Instant Download of the song “Anthology”

Thrice drummer Riley Breckenridge previously stated that Anthologyis a live record that is truly live. There are no overdubs, no edits and no pitch corrections. We wanted this to be an honest and accurate representation of a show from our Farewell Tour and a memento for our fans, and that’s exactly what it is.”

The Orange County-based four-piece announced a hiatus last fall after 13 years together and eight full-length releases.  The band recently completed an extensive farewell tour that promptedBillboard to comment, “Thrice in concert, on this tour more than ever, was a career on display.”

Anthology track listing:

1. Yellow Belly

2. Image of the Invisible

3. The Artist In The Ambulance

4. Kill Me Quickly

5. Under A Killing Moon

6. Silhouette

7. In Exile

8. The Weight

9. Promises

  1. Daedalus
  2. Words In The Water
  3. Of Dust And Nations
  4. Red Sky
  5. The Earth Will Shake
  6. The Messenger
  7. Digital Sea
  8. Stare At The Sun
  9. Deadbolt
  10. To Awake And Avenge The Dead
  11. Beggars
  12. Come All You Weary
  13. Phoenix Ignition
  14. T & C
  15. Anthology

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