Dustin also has a solo acoustic side project under his own name. He had toured in past years on his own under the moniker “Ursus Veritas,” but decided to drop the name in favor of simplicity since “people have enough trouble just pronouncing [his] last name to begin with.” The name was a play-on-words of its Latin components: Ursus meaning bear, and Veritas meaning truth. Kensrue has been quoted as saying there is no real special significance to the name, other than he likes bears, and thought it sounded cool.
On January 23, 2007, Kensrue released a solo album titled “Please Come Home” under his name, Dustin Kensrue and on the label Equal Vision Records. It includes the tracks “I Knew You Before,” “Pistol,” “I Believe,” “Please Come Home,” “Blood & Wine,” “Consider The Ravens,” “Weary Saints,” and “Blanket Of Ghosts.” He wrapped up the recording and mixing of the album at the home of fellow Thrice member Teppei Teranishi. The album opened at 142 on the Billboard 200 with 5,800 copies sold. He supported the album with a solo tour including stops on David Letterman’s talk show and The Fuse Network.
Edited by drjayvee on 11 Jan 2011, 10:49
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