Geoff Rickly Listens to Sun Ra's 'Space Is the Place' for the First Time
After a stint of shows in Chicago where Thursday played their iconic albums 'Full Collapse' and 'War All The Time' in full, Rickly sat down with Noisey to recoup from performing by listening to some psychedelic and abrasive jazz.
Thursday Started a Hardcore Legacy That Touché Amoré Carries On
Frontmen Geoff Rickly and Jeremy Bolm discuss passing the genre's torch.
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Thursday Returned and Briefly Made the World a Better Place
The New Jersey favorites played their first shows in four years at Wrecking Ball and reminded everyone why their following was always so passionate.
staff picks and good shit
Staff Picks and Good Shit for the Week of June 29
Here's what the Noisey editors are listening to this week.
Objectively Correct Lists
Major Label Debut: Punk’s “Sell Out” Albums Revisited
A look back on some of the punk albums that got major label releases. The good, the bad, and the stranger than fiction.
Gerard Way and Geoff Rickly Reflect on the Intertwined History of My Chemical Romance and Thursday
The longtime friends toured the UK together last week. We talked to them about growing up, blowing up, and moving on.
Rank Your Records: Thursday's Geoff Rickly Explains Why 'Full Collapse' Is the Band's Best Record
Geoff Rickly talks about the highs and lows of Thursday's discography.
Longreads Or Whatever
Songs Perverse and Songs of Lament: Reflections on Cursive's Accidental Masterpiece, 'The Ugly Organ'
An oral history of Cursive's big, weird, wild surprise.
An Interview with Puig Destroyer, America's Best Baseball-Themed Grindcore Band
Plus, listen to "Batflip," a new song from the virtual band featuring ex-members of Thrice, here just in time for the MLB postseason.
Boys Of Summer: Where Are Screamo's Brightest Hopes Today?
We revisit the New York Times' infamous 2003 "screamo" article about Thursday, the Used, and Glassjaw.
Here Are the New Year's Songs Idiots Will Be Quoting on Facebook Today
Auld Lame Syne.
Listen to the Debut EP from Strangelight (Featuring Geoff Rickly and Members of Made Out of Babies)
Plus they named their band after a Fugazi song, so...