A Day To Remember Share “City Of Ocala” Music Video

Following an incredibly successful 2014, A Day To Remember have released the official video for “City Of Ocala.”

Comprised almost entirely of time lapse imagery and scenes from their hometown, A Day To Remember’s video for “City Of Ocala” is a fitting and heartfelt tribute to the region that made ADTR the men they are today. There is something to be said for finding success in the digital world, which ADTR most certainly have done, but none of that would be possible if they did not first rise above their immediate surroundings and chase after something greater than themselves. That …

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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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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 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 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.”

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ADTR States Victory Threatened To End Their Career & Forced Them To Release ‘Old Record’

Over the last few weeks, Jeremy of A Day To Remember has been interviewing about the band’s trial with Victory Records and Common Courtesy. Earlier today, some audio was leaked that included a voicemail left by Tony Brummel for the band. If you haven’t heard it yet, I’d recommend checking it out.

Jeremy recently met up with our friends at Absolutepunk, and he shed some light on their relationship with Victory. He states they were threatened, and forced to re-release Old Record, something that Jeremy says he regrets doing. You can read that snippet of the interview …


STREAM: A Day To Remember – ‘Common Courtesy’

If you recently saw the video of Florida’s own A Day To Remember announcing at Chill On The Hill on October 4 in Sterling Heights, MI about the release of their newest record, Common Courtesy, then today is your lucky day, as the time has come that the album is now available for your ears to hear!

Common Courtesy is available now, via on ONLY, but according to a post on the band’s Facebook, the album should be hitting digital stores very soon. Keep your eyes peeled on ADTR’s page.

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A Day To Remember Win Court Case Against Victory

We’ve got some good news to end your week with! According to an exclusive update by Property Of Zack, A Day To Remember has won their court case against Victory Records. This means a number of different things, but one important thing to fans at least is that the band will be releasing Common Courtesy on Tuesday. There’s been no official word from the band yet, but we will keep an eye out for more updates on the issue.

You can pre-order Common Courtesy by heading to the band’s official website. Be sure to check in again soon! …


A Day To Remember’s Lawsuit With Victory Up To The Judge Now

Well, it seems like we are now one step closer to finding out the fate of A Day To Remember. Property Of Zack is reporting that a fan reached out to them and advised them while at ADTR’s VIP Q&A session someone asked how the case went, and they responded stating the case is now up to the judge to decide. They don’t have a time frame, they’re just waiting. You can read what the fan said by taking a look below the jump.

We will let you know as soon as we hear more on the situation, and …


A Day To Remember Open Up About ‘Common Courtesy’

It’s common knowledge that A Day To Remember have been working hard to self release their upcoming album, Common Courtesy, but a lot of us haven’t really known the details of the situation. They, nor their label they’ve been fighting with, have opened up much about what has been happening. Earlier today, Alternative Press published an interview with the band’s vocalist, Jeremy McKinnon, and he gives everyone some insight as to what’s going on in ADTR’s world right now.

You can read a snippet of the interview below, and the whole conversation here. It’s obvious the band is …


A Day To Remember Self Releasing Album, Still In Legal Battle With Victory Records

According to our friends over at Property Of Zack, A Day To Remember are going to be self releasing their upcoming album, Common Courtesy. From what they’ve been told by sources, ADTR funded the recording and producing of the album themselves, without any help from their label, Victory Records. PoZ has also been told that they (ADTR) still have an ongoing lawsuit with the label.

The band announced the release date for Common Courtesy, however, there has been not so much as a murmur about the album from Victory Records. That alone makes it seem like they’re going …