THRICE

DEBUT “MAJOR/MINOR” AT #18 ON BILLBOARD TOP 200

FIRST WEEK OF RELEASE WITH OVER 19K SOLD!


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OVER 21,000 SOLD INCLUDING THE LP’S EARLY RELEASE

Purchase “Major/Minor” on iTunes, here: http://bit.ly/qumYtk

Headlining Tour Kicks Off September 30th

Dates & Tickets Available here: http://thrice.ducatking.com


Thrice’s recent release “Major/Minor” has just debuted #18 on the Billboard Top 200 chart their first week selling over 19,500 albums. Thrice released Major/Minor on September 20th via Vagrant Records and the band will support the album release with a headlining tour kicking off September 30th with Moving Mountains, O’Brother and La Dispute to support. Including the bands early LP release, the band has sold over 21,000 copies of “Major/Minor” to date.

Most recently featured on the cover of OC Weekly, performing on Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit”, Live from Red Bull Studios performance and more, press has been praising the band on “Major/Minor.”


★★★★★ Alternative Press

★★★★★” – Stereokiller.com


Given their armor-plated resiliency to changing musical tides, the wax-and-wane of popularity and the ever-entitled youth culture which demands everything be free and given to them at once, it’s pretty safe to say that there are only three givens in life anymore: death, taxes and Thrice.” – Alternative Press


A Brilliant seventh set from a band that gets better and better…may be the Californian quartet’s best yet…a remarkably honest-sounding record…This is the sound of a band hitting their stride and running with all of their strengths on show.” – BBC


“It’s impossible not to recommend this record as a fine example of song craft and melody…Singer Dustin Kensrue’s voice delivers passion aplenty… One thing is certain: few bands of Thrice’s generation are ageing so gracefully…” – Alter The Press


“Honestly, the world needs more true rock artists and Thrice’s upcoming release Major/Minor proves why they continue to stay extremely relevant.” – Under the Gun Review


Major/Minor is just another testament to Thrice’s ability to do no wrong.” – Sputnik Music


“After eight albums, Thrice are still at the top of their game…Major/Minor is simply phenomenal, to say the least…Major/Minor is a marvel, and one of the best records to come out this year.” – Muzik Dizcovery


You can check out Thrice performing “Blur” on Fuel TV’s The Daily Habit, here: http://bit.ly/nYXUwg.


The recording of “Major/Minor” began May 2nd in Santa Monica, CA with Dave Schiffman at Red Bull Studios who mixed “Beggars” and engineered “Vheissu.” As a band that continues to push boundaries, “Major/Minor” will be no exception. “It’s definitely the most natural progression from record to record that we’ve had in a while. We did The Alchemy Index, which was totally different [from Vheissu]. Then Beggars was kind of the reaction against that. This kind of makes sense coming out of Beggars, but it’s definitely a different record,” says lead singer Dustin Kensrue.


The California-based four-piece formed in 1998 and quickly exploded onto the modern rock and heavy music scenes with their 2001 full-length debut, Identity Crisis, which was followed by fan-favorite scorchers The Illusion of Safety (2002) and The Artist In The Ambulance (2003), as well as the breathtakingly brilliant Vheissu (2005). The Alchemy Index’s Fire and Water installments introduced the album’s elaborate concept in 2007, and then Earth and Air completed the project’s scope in 2008. For the 2009 release of Beggars, Thrice found themselves with the luxury of playing whatever came naturally, with no preconceived direction. From the outset the vibe was a welcome change from the rigid framework behind the Alchemy Index’s element-based concept, and soon all four members were deeply immersed in the project. This will lead the band to the release of their 7th studio album, which they could not be more excited about. I’m really proud of the record. I’d probably say that for anything we’ve done, but I guess that’s just because of the approach of the record. We’ve been pushing ourselves really hard, and I like to think we’re probably our own toughest critics,” says Kensrue.


Tour date tickets are on sale here: http://thrice.ducatking.com.


Tour Dates:

9/30/11 Hard Rock Café Las Vegas, NV

10/1/11 The Marquee Tempe, AZ

10/3/11 The Door Dallas, TX

10/4/11 Emo’s Austin, TX

10/5/11 House Of Blues Houston, TX

10/7/11 Revolution Ft. Lauderdale, FL

10/8/11 Beacham Theater Orlando, FL

10/9/11 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA

10/11/11 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC

10/12/11 The National Richmond, VA

10/13/11 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA

10/14/11 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ

10/15/11 The Recher Theatre Towson, MD

10/16/11 Irving Plaza New York City, NY

10/18/11 Royale Night Club Boston, MA

10/19/11 Club Soda Montreal, Canada

10/20/11 Phoenix Concert Theatre Toronto, Canada

10/21/11 Club Zoo Pittsburgh, PA

10/22/11 Mad Hatter Club Covington, KY

10/23/11 Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH

10/25/11 The Intersection Grand Rapids, MI

10/26/11 St. Andrews Hall Detroit, MI

10/27/11 Metro Chicago, IL

10/28/11 Pop’s Sauget, IL

10/29/11 Granada Lawrence, KS

10/30/11 The Summit Music Hall Denver, CO

11/1/11 Saltair Salt Lake City, UT

11/3/11 The Showbox Seattle, WA

11/4/11 Wonder Ballroom Portland, OR

11/5/11 The Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA

11/6/11 Ace of Spades Sacramento, CA

11/8/11 Mayan Theatre Los Angeles, CA

11/9/11 House Of Blues Anaheim, CA

11/10/11 House Of Blues Anaheim, CA

11/11/11 House Of Blues San Diego, CA


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