War All the Time is the third full-length studio album by American rock band Thursday and their first to be released on a major label. The title is from a poetry collection by Charles Bukowski and the band has stated on numerous occasions that it is not political, but rather that it reflects the struggles we all face in our daily lives. The album was produced by Sal Villanueva, who had produced all of Thursday's previous recordings. The album was the band's major label debut and it enjoyed measurable success, peaking at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart.
Andrew Everding - keyboards (on "Division St.", "Marches And Maneuvers", "Asleep In The Chapel", "This Song Bought To You By A Falling Bomb", "Steps Ascending", "M. Shepard" and "Tomorrow I'll Be You")
Tim Giles - keyboards (on "Between Rupture And Rapture" and "Signals Over The Air")