14 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
110 Ratings
110 Ratings
punk rock 182 ,

Perfect album

They did it again putting out good music that everyone can relate to, keep it up guys album is great everyone buy it you won't regret it!!!!!

MusicLoveeerrrr ,

Pop Punk at it's finest

This band never siezes to amaze me! Good guitar riffs, solid drumming, good vocals and not every song sounds the same like some pop punk (not that that's a bad thing). These guys just keep getting better. DEFEND POP PUNK

monkey54 ,

Damage Control is my favorite!

These guys are awesome, they have great lyrics! If you like these guys, check out my new favorite band "Failure Meets Fame"! They're on iTunes too ;).

About Man Overboard

New Jersey-based emo-pop players Man Overboard carry the flame of melodic, energetic, hardcore-influenced Garden State bands like Lifetime and Midtown. Founded in 2008 by childhood friends Nik Bruzzese (vocals/bass) and Wayne Wildrick (guitar), the pair began writing at Bruzzese's studio, bringing Zac Eiestenstein (vocals/guitar) and Justin Mondschein (drums) into the fold to record debut EP Hung Up on Nothing. Signing to Run for Cover the following year, the band offered a second EP, Dahlia. In 2010, Man Overboard fired on all cylinders, releasing the acoustic EP Noise from Upstairs as well as studio album debut Real Talk and a self-released live recording. The band also faced lineup changes that year -- Wildrick left the band for personal reasons and Justin Collier filled in on guitar duty, making way for new drummer Mike Hrycenko -- but came back big by joining the Rise Records roster. By spring 2011, Wildrick rejoined the band, as they recorded a self-titled sophomore album and hit the road on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead tour alongside New Found Glory that fall. Adding to the momentum, Man Overboard, released that September, landed on the Billboard 200, Top Hard Rock Albums, and Top Independent Albums charts. Drummer Joe Talarico replaced Mondschein for the group's third album, Heart Attack, which was released in 2013. ~ Chrysta Cherrie

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