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Thursday

Thursday are one of the most successful bands of the post-hardcore genre of the 21st century. The band formedin1997inNewBrunswick, NewJersey and released two widely acclaimed albums Full Collapse in 2001 andWar of AlltheTimein2003, as well as A City by theLight Divided, which was released on May 2,2006. They releasedCommonExistence in early 2009 and the last album before the Hiatus,"No Devolucion" in 2012.

Similar Bands: United Nations, Thrice, Glassjaw, Alexisonfire, No Devotion

LPs
No Devolucion
2011

4.1
987 Votes
Common Existence
2009

3.7
776 Votes
A City By the Light Divided
2006

3.6
962 Votes
War All the Time
2003

3.9
1,280 Votes
Full Collapse
2001

4.1
1,619 Votes
Waiting
1999

3.4
490 Votes
EPs
Five Stories Falling
2002

3.6
234 Votes
1999 Summer Tour EP
1999

3.4
7 Votes
Compilations
Kill the House Lights
2007

3.5
152 Votes

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