Thursday set to release new album

And the band stream next single online

Thursday set to release new album
Thursday have revealed that they will release their new album 'Common Existence' on February 16.

And the post-hardcore band, whose singer Geoff Rickly produced My Chemical Romance's debut record, have made their next single 'Resuscitation Of A Dead Man' available to stream from their MySpace/thursday now, and to download from December 22.

Rickly told SPIN.com in a recent interview: "The record is called 'Common Existence', and I think that this record in a lot of ways is the first time that I've looked at a lot of the same things... all the big life events that happen from a more adult perspective."

He added: "No matter how big the tragedy seems in your life, that's just the same thing every other person out there is going through."

The tracklisting for 'Common Existence' will be:

'Resuscitation of A Dead Man'
'Last Call'
'As He Climbed The Dark Mountain'
'Friends In the Armed Forces'
'Beyond the Visible Spectrum'
'Time's Arrow'
'Unintended Long Term Effects'
'Circuits Of Fever'
'Subway Funeral'
'Love Has Led Us Astray'
'You Were The Cancer'

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