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A Day To Remember Film Show for Live DVD

A Day To Remember have announced that the band is going to film a UK show to be incorporated in a live DVD currently being put together.

The show to be filmed will take place on Feb. 12 at Alexandra Palace in London. ADTR is deeming this show their “biggest headliner to date.”

The band has posted a video in conjunction with the upcoming show/video filming.

You can check out A Day To Remember’s video, called “London Announcement!” below.…

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 12/15-12/21

It’s a well-known feeling among vinyl collectors: Just when you thought all of your Christmas shopping was done and all your loose ends were wrapped up for the year, a new pre-order pops up that you just have to grab. A lot of people were probably feeling that this week with the reissues of scene classics like Cartel’s Ransom EP and The Bled’s Pass the Flask, not to mention the next round in the recent deluge of Blink-182 re-pressings.

Pre-orders for 2014 releases are in full swing as well, with new records in the pipeline from Seahaven, The Hotelier, …

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A Day To Remember Debut Music Video For “Right Back At It Again”

By this point in time, there are two things that most would come to expect from a new music video by A Day To Remember. One being a big emphasis on the visuals, and two being an eventual cameo appearance by their ex-guitarist Tom Denney.

Last night, the Ocala five-piece premiered a music video for “Right Back At It Again,” one of the hit singles from their fifth full length, Common Courtesy, which dropped back in October, but saw a physical release on November 25. Featuring a fun recollection of the band’s story since their early days in …

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A Day To Remember Announce Self Help Festival

A Day To Remember have announced that they will be hosting and headlining Self Help Festival, which will take place on March 22, 2014 in San Bernadino, California. The lineup is a treat for metal and hardcore fans, featuring performances by Bring Me the Horizon, Of Mice and Men, Stick To Your Guns, and many more.

Limited VIP tickets, which include a screenprinted poster, front-of-the-line pass, and a meet and greet with A Day To Remember, are available right here. General admission tickets will be on sale soon.

Check out a poster the full lineup and more information …


A Day To Remember ‘Common Courtesy’ Sales Numbers Surface

After nearly two months and some confusion regarding the record’s ”official” release date, Neilsen Soundscan has finally confirmed first-week sales numbers for A Day To Remember‘s most recent album, Common Courtesy.

For those of you who are still in the dark about the ongoing A Day To Remember vs. Victory Records lawsuit, the band was cleared to sell Common Courtesy independently just a few days before the planned release date. As a result, the record was only available as a digital download via the band’s website on its October 8, 2013 release date. Many fans believed that this …

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ALBUM STREAM: A Day To Remember – ‘Common Courtesy (Deluxe Edition)’

Amidst a drawn-out legal battle with Victory Records, A Day To Remember released their long-awaited fifth full-length, Common Courtesy, on November 25. Now, the group has released a deluxe version of the album, featuring three additional tracks, which you can stream at the bottom of this post, following the jump. Not a bad start to your Sunday, eh?

The three new tracks, titled “Leave All The Lights On,” “Good Things,” and “Same Book But Never The Same Page,” are nothing short of infectious, and fit beautifully with the album as a whole, which, for the record, also rules. …


Stream A New A Day To Remember Song

A Day To Remember is still in the midst of a legal battle with Victory Records, but they were able to obtain permission to self-release their latest full-length album, Common Courtesy, earlier this year. In order to get the album out as soon as possible, it was initially released in digital formats only, with the CD and vinyl set to release on November 26.

The physical versions of the album contain three bonus tracks, “Leave All the Lights On,” “Good Things,” and “Same Book But Never the Same Page,” the latter of which you can stream after the break.…


STREAM: A Day To Remember – “Good Things”

A Day To Remember will be releasing the “full” version of Common Courtesy on November 25. This extended version has three additional tracks that were not on it for the initial release. One of the new tracks seems to have leaked a little bit early, and you can check it out now. The song is titled “Good Times,” and you can listen to it by taking a look below the jump.

“Good Things” is typical sounding ADTR track, and follows the path of the rest of the songs on this album. It’s short, simple, and it’s all clean vocals. If …


A Day To Remember Paid John Janick (Fueled By Ramen) $450,000 As Alleged Manager

A Day To Remember have been in many of our headlines over this last year. A lot of it has stemmed from their legal woes with their label, Victory Records. We learned not that long ago that the band would be able to release their album, Common Courtesy, but there hasn’t been a decision made as to whether or not the band fulfilled their contractual obligations with the label.

Our friends over at Property Of Zack obtained some documents with additional details of the trial that had yet been brought to light. Apparently, from 2009-2012 the band paid John …

Soundwave Festival Second Announcement

Soundwave Fest Adds A Slew Of New Bands To Lineup

Australia’s heavy music festival monolith, Soundwave, has made a huge line-up announcement for 2014 with an additional 38 bands being added to the already stacked line-up. Among the most notable acts added are Mastodon, A Day To Remember, Jimmy Eat World, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Suicide Silence, Panic! At The Disco and (for the very first time in Australia) Dir En Grey.

These bands join the likes of Green Day, Avenged Sevenfold, Stone Temple Pilots (with Chester Bennington), Alice in Chains, AFI, Rob Zombie, Placebo and many others in a diverse line-up that features a staggering 88 acts and should …


A Day To Remember Offer Discount For ‘Common Courtesy’

Hey, ADTR fans! The band has something pretty cool available to anyone who purchased their newest album, Common Courtesy, back a couple weeks ago on

A Day To Remember will be offering anyone who purchased the 13-track album a discount on the deluxe copy of Common Courtesy, which will include 3 extra tracks!

The deluxe copy is set to be released November 25, and on that day, according to a post on the band’s Facebook page, anyone who purchased the album will get the 3 extra tracks as a free download and your discount code will be provided …


A Day To Remember Launch Pre-Orders For 16-Track Version Of ‘Common Courtesy’

Well, A Day To Remember promised that they would release physical copies of Common Courtesy, and they are now going to deliver. Less than an hour ago the band announced that they will be releasing Common Courtesy in stores on November 25. They also launched a digital pre-order on iTunes. Why pre-order you ask? Well, the pre-order is for a 16 track version of Common Courtesy, instead of the original 13 tracks they initially released. The new songs are titled “Leave All The Lights On,” “Good Things” and “Same Book But Never The Same Page.”

We’re not …