Thrice to Reunite?

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Seminal Los Angeles Post-Hardcore band Thrice, who went on hiatus in 2012, appears to have reunited, according to the following post to their official website:

The image is unaccompanied by any information regarding the band's plans, although frontman Dustin Kersue did hint at a new Thrice recording earlier this year in a Reddit AMA. It should be noted that Thrice never "broke up," but was merely "taking a break from being a full-time band"

Thrice's latest release was a double album featuring live recordings compiled on their farewell tour. Their last studio album, Major/Minor was released September 6, 2011 through Vagrant Records.

The band's bassist, Eddie Breckenridge, recently joined Angels & Airwaves, the alternative rock band founded by Blink-182 frontman Tom Delonge.

Kersue has also been active with a solo career; recently releasing The Water & The Blood, a worship album that went to number 4 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums and number 52 overall.

In July 2014, Kersue also announced plans to release a 5-track Christmas EP, presumably out shortly.