The bands plan on visiting Florida, Idaho, Missouri, and Ohio so be sure to check out an off-date when they come to your city. The real tour begins on April 3 and the entire routing information can be viewed through the link provided.
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In support of their upcoming release, Renacer, Senses Fail will head out on tour during April and May with Such Gold, Real Friends and Major League. Renacer, the band’s fifth full-length release, is set to drop on March 26 via Staple Records.
The tour, sponsored by Purevolume, will begin on April 3 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, making its way around the country and ending on May 11 in Senses Fail’s home state, New Jersey. Senses Fail will also be releasing a three-song cover EP to the first 500 fans who purchase pre-sale tickets, which can be …
Pop/punk band Major League seemed to be on the upside with their new record and a successful cover of Foo Fighter’s “Everlong”. Last night, they were supposed to have a record release party in Freehold, New Jersey for Hard Feelings. The show was shut down by police; some are reporting that it was because of fighting, others have said it was just because of moshing. In guitarist Matt Chila’s own words, it was “shut down for moshing then some prick almost got his ass kicked cause he was starting shit with Brian forcing him to stop playn…
New Jersey pop punk act Major League recently stopped by the Glamour Kills offices and performed an acoustic rendition of the popular song “Everlong” by the Foo Fighters.
Major League is currently on a full US tour, featuring support from both Turnover and Maker, that still has plenty of shows left. Head through the jump to check out the band’s take on this great song and be sure to check out the band’s latest album Hard Feelings if you haven’t already.
Band: Major League
Album: Hard Feelings
Label: No Sleep Records
Genre: Pop Punk / Easycore
Do you remember back when the music made by easycore bands didn’t necessarily have breakdowns every 30 seconds? Yes, there was a time where easycore mainly referred to pop punk with tinges of hardcore, and it didn’t have breakdowns or growls. As far as the term went, easycore was founded in the 90s with bands like New Found Glory and Saves the Day being seen as the pioneers of what was happening in pop punk at the time. Over the past few years, there’s been …
Man Overboard have announced that they are, for one day only, releasing their first “proper” album to download for free. The album is titled Before We Met, and you can access the download by heading right here.
Man Overboard have quite a few tour dates coming up over the next couple of months, and they will be hitting the stage with bands like Major League, Taking Back Sunday, New Found Glory and more! Head over to their Facebook page to check out the dates!
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Major League are streaming a brand new song called “Walk Away” by heading through the link provided. Click over to AP to view the band’s cover artwork and track-listing for their No Sleep debut Hard Feelings as well. Hard Feelings has a release date of November 13.
New Jersey rockers Major League have released the music video for their song “Some Kids Just Can’t Hang” and can be viewed right here on Under The Gun. The birthday part scene brings us back to our youth with a kids’ birthday party, complete with silly string, pinatas, cake and festive decorations.
What more could you ask for?
Check it out and give us your thoughts on Major League’s latest material by commenting.
Chicago, Illinois punk rockers So Many Ways have inked a deal with Mightier Than Sword Records just recently. Congratulations to the guys! Check out their shredding new lyric video for their song “37 Chambers” right here and tell us your thoughts. Click past the jump to check out their August tour dates with Major League and Carousel Kings with more shows to be added in the near future.
Major League‘s drummer Justin Unruh has quit the group for personal reasons not too long ago. The guys explain that they are looking for ONLY serious inquiries in their message below:
Justin quit last night on his own terms due to personal reasons and we wish him the best. We are looking for a serious drummer to fill his spot and is willing to commit 110%. For all serious inquiries please email us at email@example.com.
Major League and A Face For Radio are embarking on tour next month. Find out if they’re coming to your city, after the jump!