Thursday Coming to Revolution Live October 22

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Post hardcore band Thursday will be bringing their sing-scream-sing combination to Revolution Live on October 22. Thursday's latest album Common Existence is a concept album of sorts. They didn't exactly try to evolve their sound, but instead wrote songs that reflected some of the band's favorite poets and authors like Martin Amis, David Foster Wallace, and Cormac McCarthy. Kudos to them for bringing heavy lyrics to match their sound. Thursday is headlining the Common Existence Tour, with The Fall of Troy, The Dear Hunter, and Midnight Masses. Tickets go on sale Saturday through Ticketmaster. Hit the jump to hear one of  Thursday's best songs, which happens to be lyric-free.

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