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Thrice is celebrating the release of their upcoming 7th studio album, “Major / Minor” available September 20th, 2011, by offering up a free download of the album’s first track, “Yellow Belly.” Get the download by visiting the Red Bull Facebook page or here: http://bit.ly/poe5Z7. The band has also announced dates for their upcoming tour with special guests and pre-sale ticket launch here:

  • Ducat King presale: Monday, July 25th at 12PM EDT.
  • Public on sale: Monday, August 1st at 12PM EDT.
  • Ticket pre-order is 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       TBA                                        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


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.


To watch a behind the scenes look at the making of “Major/Minor” please stop by www.THRICE.net .


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