Palms - Thrice

Palms

Thrice

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2018-09-14
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

Tracks

Palms - Thrice
Carátula Frontal Palms - Thrice Portada

Reviews

  • Meh

    3
    3 / 5
    By hwoarpath
    By far not their best, but it took a few listens to completely hate this album
  • Incredible as always

    5
    5 / 5
    By sdmmm
    Thrice has literally been my favorite band since I heard their first some in the beginning of high school. Love this album. Dustin is such a talented songwriter and of course musician. I’m so glad to see them back together. I honestly could go on and on and on.
  • An Honest Review

    3
    3 / 5
    By Zachattack1988
    Thrice is that band where you go on a journey of spiritual reflection, often times a painful but graceful reminder of our imperfection. With that said, this album is not as powerful as thrice could be. I had to force myself to listen to a couple of songs, which for thrice that’s quite a knock against them, as I’m accustomed to just hitting play and forgetting about life and just listen to pure genius. The album has its gems, only us and my soul being my favorites. Thrice has veered too much away from their equivocal, yet biblical content and have rendered a more worldly view here. Solid effort and worth it for the die hards, but I really wanted more.
  • A step down, but not bad.

    3
    3 / 5
    By Hyperbolic2000
    I can't say I am a huge fan of this album. I really enjoyed the last album, it was well constructed and lyrically incredible. It was a step in a totally different and intriguing direction. This album kind of takes elements from that, but makes it honestly a decent amount weaker overall. Certain songs on the album I do enjoy a decent amount, including a couple of the singles and a few surprising and enjoyable songs. So many though are very generic in sound, lyrics, and just overall kind of boring. This album isn't bad by any means, but it seems like a lack of effort was put in. I recommend you all check it out though, it has a song or two for everyone, but overall as an album it is lackluster.
  • They’ve done it again

    5
    5 / 5
    By Lorenzo_Von_Matterhorn
    Thrice is one of those bands who seem to constantly weather the storm. Trends come and go, other bands get big, have their 15 minuets, and fade away, yet Thrice continue to remain as they always have. An uncompromising group who refuse to do anything they don’t believe in. Palms is another progression. Every record has always had a very raw, stripped down feel. This time you can hear bigger production. The songs themselves are still Thrice, but they sound bigger, more full. With all the constant changes life deals us, it’s comforting to know we’ll always have Thrice
  • At first glance

    5
    5 / 5
    By Zsiledifyshk
    I'm impressed by Thrice's resolve to push something new just about every album. Will this be perfect for everyone? No. But I feel like you can't deny that they have done something that's consistent with what they do; challenge themselves and their listeners. I've been a long time Thrice fan (since Identity Crisis) and the thing I love about these guys is that you can never pin their style. I hold the opinion that Vheissu is their masterpiece, but this one is great too. Overall, I actually think this flows better than their last album.
  • OMG..Love

    5
    5 / 5
    By Sensesfailbrah
    i was obsessed with the last album.. this one is better
  • What happened to these guys?!?

    2
    2 / 5
    By Mattkriz
    Haven’t caught them since identity crisis and now they are a downer version of the foo fighters? Yikes.
  • Excellent

    5
    5 / 5
    By Jon Shogren
    This album is great, Thrice is a good band at music.
  • Not terrible, not great

    3
    3 / 5
    By SPIKE....
    First off, disregard all of the people who gave this 5 Stars before they even heard the entire album. Overall the album isn’t bad, but it’s a bit monotonous, and it lacks catchy hooks. I get tired of fan-folk automatically assigning a 5 star rating to an album a month before it’s release, simply because they are “true fans” or “real fans.” Thrice is a great band, capable of great things. This album is decent, but it’s certainly not a 5 Star endeavor. I don’t need Thrice to go back to the old days of their first few albums, but I would love to hear them sound as if they are alive, without the depressing post hardcore sound. Let the guitars shine again, instead of being monotonous afterthoughts. With all of that said, it’s an album worthy of listening to, and most fans can find something good somewhere on the album. But from my perspective, I find myself skipping generic, boring songs that never really go anywhere. Some of the material sounds like it belongs on a Shawn Mendes album! That’s never a good sign.