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On their sixth studio album, No Devolución, 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. Emotionally charged, atmospheric guitars and keyboards swirl in unison with Geoff Rickly's inimitably intense vocals, painting a powerful cinematic 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 on No Devolución, which translates to "No Returns," an appropriate title for a band consistently moving forward.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 12, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B004NTVM88
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,594 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Kelsey S. Jenkins on April 13, 2011
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I have been a fan of Thursday for 10 years now, I have bought all 6 of their albums and have been to several of their shows. That said I wouldn't say they are my favorite band nor have I ever given any of their albums my personal AOTY acknowledgement. Until now, No Devolucion is probably the best album I've heard in the last 5 years. It's atmospheric and richly layered, every time I listen to the album I hear something new that I didn't catch on the previous spin. I will give a warning that fans of Full Collapse who did not like ACBTLD or Common Existence may not like this album. I suggest you listen with good headphones to get the full effect.
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Thursday is one of those bands that is always pushing their own musical boundaries - trying to keep the essence of their band what it has always been, while evolving into something better. On No Devolución, their sixth studio album, they aren't trying to make you happy - instead they want to challenge you to redefine what Thursday is becoming as a band; not afraid of themselves and what they are capable of.

And on this album, they manage to push themselves to the next level, because No Devolución is the band's best, and most endearing effort to date. Starting with "Fast to the End," they open the album blazing forward - and then suddenly shift gears down to "No Answers," where Rickley's lyrical abilities shine through - "I can hear the ocean when I say your name/ In the yellow hem of the sea's blue skirt."

This is an album full of fast and slow; soft singing and screaming. But in the end, it's still the same Thursday you've always loved. Now they're just better - and after a few listens you'll be nodding your head to every word.

Standout tracks: No Answers, Magnets Caught in a Metal Heart, Turnpike Divides
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By Vegs63 on April 17, 2011
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I've always respected Thursday but haven't bought any of their records until now. This cd blew me away. It has such a great range throughout whether it be electronic tinged posthardcore ("Past and Future Ruins" and "Turnpike Divide") and lush, atmospheric post rock ("A Darker Forest"). This album has definitely lived up to the hype and I would recommend it to everyone no matter what genres they prefer and whether they've been a fan of Thursday since Full Collapse or are just discovering them.
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Shortly after discovering Full Collapse (ten years ago), I read an article that likened Thursday's sound to Joy Division and The Cure. I heard some similarities, but nothing really gave me that, "ah ha" moment. Until now.

No Devolucion is what Closer was to Joy Division, and what Seventeen Seconds [Deluxe Edition] was to The Cure. While previous Thursday albums may have been thematic (ex: War All the Time), they didn't have the cohesiveness of a "true" album. No Devolucion, however, is most definitely an album. It surrounds and envelopes you with a wall of sound that is nothing like we've heard from the band (although it was hinted at with [City By the Light Divided and Common Existence).

The most striking change for me is that Geoff Rickly's vocals now seem like another instrument in the lush, layered sound that is so pervasive on No Devolucion. The lyrics are (still) smart, but gone is the screamo delivery that defined Full Collapse. If I had to describe Rickly's style on No Devolucion, the closest I could come is "ethereal."

Is this Thursday's "best" album? Quite possibly. It's certainly their most ambitious, and it's wildly different than anything they've done. As I stated previously, it's on par with Closer and Seventeen Seconds, which I consider to be two of most important post-punk albums of all time.

The king is dead, long live the king.
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With ambient textures. In other words, Thursday has managed to keep its core sound intact while adding new twists to the mix. Outstanding work from one of my all-time favorite bands, as it is proof that a group can evolve - but not change - while making great music. Rickly's toned down the screaming, but otherwise, Thursday's emotional brand of alternative metal continues to solider on.
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You have to hand it to Thursday. In spite of the fact that they have been at it for well over a decade now and have yet to truly get the recognition (commercial or otherwise) they so badly deserve, they still keep marching on, pushing out solid and consistent efforts once every few years. Their sixth effort, "No Devolución," while a departure from the typical Thursday sound, is no different. You'll find the same emotional tension that has defined the band since their break-through album, "Full Collapse," wholly intact while the band pushes the limits of its style, experimenting with new sounds and textures in an effort to keep their sound from getting stale.

It's hard to really find a reference point or a comparison to draw when describing "No Devolución." To put in simple terms, this could very well be the turning point in their career; the band's "White Pony" or "Vheissu" if you will. Like those albums, Thursday's sixth makes a steadfast effort to keep things fresh and interesting while still maintaining credibility and not straying too terribly far from the beaten path. Sure, it's not as raw as the band's more classic material, but the dense atmospherics that define the album are enough to keep things interesting for the invested listener while offering something up for an unfamiliar passerby as well.
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