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Major League calling it quits, announce final tour with Forever Came Calling

New Jersey pop-punks Major League have decided to throw in the towel following their upcoming spring tour with Forever Came Calling. Here’s the statement the band posted on Facebook announcing their decision to call it quits:

“Friends and loved ones. We’ll be heading out one final time this March with our best friends in Forever Came Calling. One of our first tours we ever did, FCC brought us out along side Handguns, Broadside and Giants at Large. It has been such an honor and privilege to be able to accomplish and do the things we’ve been able to do in the past 5 years. No amount of thank you could ever be enough. We want to end this exactly how we started. This isn’t a “break up”. There was no falling out. The bond we share with one another no one will ever understand. We will forever be best friends first, band mates second. Stay tuned for a few final announcements in the near future and thank you, thank you, thank you for such an amazing time. You’ve truly made our dreams come true. To every band, friend, booking agent and promoter, we can not begin to show you our gratitude for believing in our band and giving us the opportunity to live this life. 5 years, 26 countries, 48 states and 29 tours later, this is where it ends. WPNA. LOVE ALWAYS, Major League.”

All of the dates and locations on their final tour with Forever Came Calling can be found below.

In their time as a band, Major League released two EPs, a compilation album, and two full-length records. Their most recent LP There’s Nothing Wrong With Me came out in November, 2014 on No Sleep Records.

Vans Warped Tour 2015 adds six more bands (Motion City Soundtrack, Major League, more)

Another half-dozen bands have been added to the vaunted(?) lineup that is the 2015 edition of the Vans Warped Tour…and it features at least one band a few of you might have heard of…Motion City Soundtrack!

That’s right, MCS will be appearing at Warped Tour dates this summer…however…only June 19, 20 and 21. Bummer. Anyway, the other five bands announced on this installment of Warped Tour Wednesday are: Major League, New Years Day, Set It Off, Kenneths, and Ho99o9, the latter of which is not a typo, to the best of our knowledge. Check out the full, up-to-date Warped Tour 2015 roster below.

Tickets for Warped Tour 2015 went on sale last month (December 12th). Get yours online here. The 2015 Warped Tour kicks off June 17th in Anchorage, Alaska, and runs through August 8th in Auburn, Washington.

Major League stream entire new album, debut new music video

New Jersey pop punks Major League are now streaming their new album in its entirety. Listen to There’s Nothing Wrong With Me below.

The band also have a new music video out for one of the songs off the album. Watch “Just As I Am” below the album stream.

There’s Nothing Wrong With Me is due out next week (November 4th) on No Sleep Records. You can preorder the album on vinyl, CD, or digital here.

Major League today head out on tour with Mayday Parade and Tonight Alive. Check out the dates/locations below the music and the video.

Major League stream new song “Recovery”

New Jersey pop punk band Major League are streaming a new song called “Recovery” off their upcoming album There’s Nothing Wrong With Me.  Check it out here.

There’s Nothing Wrong With Me  will be released on November 4th through No Sleep Records and will be the follow up to 2012′s Hard Feelings. The album was produced by Will Yip and will be the band’s first album following the departure of singer Nick Track. You can stream several more songs and pre-order the new album here.

Major League (pop-punk) stream new song “Kaleidoscopes” off upcoming album “There’s Nothing Wrong With Me”

New Jersey pop punk band Major League are streaming a new song called “Kaleidoscopes” off their upcoming album There’s Nothing Wrong With Me.  Check it out below.

The 11 track album will be released on November 4, 2014 through No Sleep Records and will be the follow up to 2012′s Hard Feelings. You can pre-order the new album here.

Major League announce new album “There’s Nothing Wrong With Me”; stream new song “Pillow Talk”

New Jersey pop punk band Major League have announced their new album There’s Nothing Wrong With Me. The 11 track album will be released on November 4, 2014 through No Sleep Records. The band has also released their first single from the album, titled “Pillow Talk”, which you can listen to below.

There’s Nothing Wrong With Me will be the follow up to 2012’s Hard Feelings. You can pre-order the new album here.

Major League streams acoustic song “Montreal”

New Jersey pop-punk band Major League are currently streaming a new acoustic track “Montreal,” which will appear on the No Sleep Records compilation A Comp For Mom, a tribute to label founder Chris Hansen’s mother, who passed away three months ago. A full-band version of this track will be featured on the band’s upcoming sophomore release, their first following the departure of singer Nick Track, due out later this year. You can stream the track here.

A Comp For Mom is set to be released on August 5th. Major League last released Hard Feelings back in November 2012 via No Sleep Records.

Major League to begin recording new album

New Jersey pop-punk band Major League has just announced they will be hitting the studio to begin work on their second full length. The band will be recording with Will Yip (Title Fight, Circa Survive) and will begin in March.

This will be the band’s first release since the departure of former frontman Nick Trask. Major League last released “Hard Feelings” in November 2012 via No Sleep Records.

Turnover announce European tour with Major League, Nai Harvest

Turnover, Major League and Nai Harvest are teaming up for a spring time European tour.  This will follow Turnover’s U.S. tour with I Am The Avalanche, The Swellers and Diamond Youth.

You can see their nifty tour poster, with dates, below.

I Am The Avalanche, Gnarwolves, Major League announced for Fury Fest 2014

Brooklyn pop-punk group I Am The Avalanche have been announced as headliners for Fury Fest 2014.

The one-day event takes place May 10th in Liverpool. Other acts announced so far include UK punks Gnarwolves, New Jersey’s Major League, and Turnover, from Virginia.

Check out the first Fury Fest 2014 poster below for more bands on the lineup so far.

Following the festival, I Am The Avalanche will play several more UK dates with Major League and Turnover. Those dates/locations are also listed below.

Major League part ways with singer Nick Trask

New Jersey pop-punk band Major League has announced they have amicably split with singer Nick Trask.  Both Trask and guitarist Brian Joyce, who will be taking over on lead vocals for the time being, released statements regarding the mutual decision:

“Major League has, and always will be an incredible experience filled with life changing memories. I wouldn’t change anything. It was a privilege to be able to spend the past few years with some amazing, talented, good hearted guys traveling the world playing music, and meeting so many awesome people. With saying that, I feel it is my time to leave Major League and move on to other things in my life. Besides writing a few lines of lyrics here and there, Major League is truly made up of Brian, Matt, Luke, and Kyle. They are the heart and soul behind what you hear, read, and relate. The music they have been writing for the next full length sounds amazing and I, as a fan cannot wait to hear how it all comes out. I wish nothing but the best for these guys in everything they will accomplish. Thanks for everything. I love you guys.” – Nick Trask

“When you spend four years of your life traveling the world with someone, you develop a sort of new phase of friendship. It’s like this weird understanding of each other that’s hard to describe. I wish I could’ve said I didn’t see it coming but we both knew the time was here. It was time for a change for both parties, one was just afraid to say it to the other. That being said though, I’m not “replacing” Nick as a vocalist. I’m just here to sing my songs. I’m not going to try replicate his voice. I have my own. Nick and I in particular have always had this strange bond where, I write the song and he portrays it. It was an amazing and unique way of doing things to say the least, but it was our way. I’m glad we got to spend the last few years traveling and playing our music around the world; but people’s interests change. It’s ok to change. It’s how we grow into our own. I’d like to think that I helped him find himself as much as he helped me. I’m so excited to really push our band to its full potential and take on a new. 2014 is just the beginning of a beautiful new process. I wish Nick nothing but the best in his endeavors in the future and thank you for your contributions to not only Major League, but my life as well.” – Brian Joyce

We’ll keep you posted as more details on a replacement for Trask come to light. In the meantime, Major League will continue with their upcoming tour in support of their 2012 No Sleep full-length album Hard Feelings with Joyce handling lead vocal duties.

Major League announces North American 2014 tour with Have Mercy, Seaway, and Better Off

California pop-punk act Major League have announced a headlining tour taking them primarily through the United States (although a Canadian stop found its way in there too). The band will be supported by opening acts Have Mercy, Seaway, and Better Off.

You can check out the dates below.

Major League released their latest album, Hard Feelings, in November 2012 through No Sleep.

Video: Major League performs for No Sleep’s “Warehouse Sessions”

California pop-punk act Major League recently appeared on No Sleep Records‘ acoustic “Warehouse Sessions”. They performed their song “Before Heaven Knows” and covered Foo Fighers’ “Everlong”.

You can check it out below.

Major League released their latest album “Hard Feelings” last November through No Sleep.

Major League announce winter tour w/ Veara & Stickup Kid

California pop-punk act Major League have announced that, after wrapping up their current North American tour, they will be hitting the road for some east coast tour dates with Veara and Stickup Kid in the winter!

Details on when and where they’ll be playing can be found below.

Major League released their latest album “Hard Feelings” last November through No Sleep Records, Veara’s new record “Growing Up Is Killing Me” came out on September 24th via Epitaph Records, and Stickup Kid’s latest release “Future Fire” dropped on July 9th via Adeline Records.

Free Album Downlaod: Major League (pop-punk) – “Hard Feelings”

For a limited time No Sleep Records is offering a free download of Major League‘s latest album “Hard Feelings”.  Snag it here.

“Hard Feelings” is the New Jersey pop punk group’s most recent album, put out on No Sleep last November.