Pop punk meets metalcore - That's how one could describe the recipe for A Day To Remember's success. Shortly after their foundation in 2003, the five boys from Ocala, Florida, played over 200 shows a year and conquered the world with their mix of hard mosh parts and melodic singalongs. Hit records followed, like FOR THOSE WHO HAVE HEART (2007) and HOMESICK (2009) and the band continued to play shows throughout the world with the likes of Bring Me The Horizon , Blink 182 and even started their own festival. Things couldn't have gone better, but in 2011 a lawsuit against their label Victory Records turned everything upside down. While arguing at court, Jeremy McKinnon and company wrote the songs for COMMON COURTESY without even knowing how the record would get released. In the end, A Day To Remember won the right to self release the record with their own label ADTR Records.
A Day To Remember - BAD VIBRATIONS (August 19th 2016)
Since the release of COMMON COURTESY (2013) fans have been waiting patiently for any slither of news about a new album and in 2016, the time has finally come! BAD VIBRATIONS, the new A Day To Remember record, will be released on August 19th.