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Special Guests: Touché Amoré

In October, the post-hardcore institutionThrice will come to Berlin on their fall tour. The combo around singer Dustin Kensrue, guitarist Teppei Teranishi and the two brothers, bassist Eddie and drummer Riley Breckenridge will bring along some more illustrious co-headliners: Progressive rockers Coheed and Cambria from New York continue to spin their science fiction saga live. Special guests Touché Amoré will also be joining the band.

Thrice
Thrice © Thrice, credit Matt Vogel

Thrice have been one of the most influential bands in post-hardcore since their formation in 1998. Their last record "Horizons / East" is perhaps the most impressive. Experimental influences from all directions make it as worth listening to as Kensrue's profound lyrics. If you are looking for fast three-chord punk rock, you are wrong with Thrice. Their songs are too complex for that. Those who have a little more patience will be rewarded with an overwhelming listening pleasure on the new work, which will certainly be even greater live. Because Thrice have always managed to add the HC crown to their exciting sound on stage.

Coheed and Cambria have been on the road just as long as Thrice. Since 2001, the concept band has been telling the story of the married couple Coheed and Cambria Kilgannon. On now ten studio albums - the latest "Vaxis - Act II: A Window of the Waking Mind" from June 2022, is told piece by piece further, as the story about an eerie virus capable of destroying the universe. The progressive metal of the band excellently mixes influences from Led Zeppelin to Pink Floyd or Thin Lizzy to Queen.

Touché Amoré, in turn, belong to the second generation of Californian post-hardcore. Together with their friends La Dispute, Make Do and Mend, Defeater and Pianos Become the Teeth they are part of "The Wave" movement.

All three bands together make a wonderful and diverse line-up for a big and above all loud tour.

Berlin is getting ready to go!

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Columbiahalle (C-Halle am Columbiadamm)