Jonathan Weiner

Thrice's return to the fore came early Friday (May 27), when the band returned from a five-year hiatus to release the album To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere. You can download or purchase the album, which boasts the grimly ferocious track "Black Honey," on iTunes now, and stream it on Spotify right here: 

Thrice made waves in March when they delivered "Blood on the Sand," their first track in nearly half a decade, and one that largely presaged their re-formation. In April, frontman Dustin Kensrue shared with Fuse some insights into his band's creative process, which he noted is an ever-evolving sort of thing that took time to develop. "There was a long incubation for us to not settle on a sound but settle on what it felt like for us to be a band, in a sense," he said. "I don't know how to exactly describe it."

He also noted that their vaunted "comeback" wasn't really that big of a deal to the band members, and that they're focused on "just doing what we want." Thrice is hitting the road on a summer tour starting June 3 in southern California, and you can check the dates out here.

Next, watch Fuse's conversations with Thrice through the years: