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A Day to Remember

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Watch A Day To Remember’s New Video for “Mindreader”

By: Staff – A Day To Remember have released their brand new single “Mindreader”. Check out the music video, animated by Awesome, Inc. [Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Squidbillies], below. Meeting an overwhelming demand from fans for new music, A Day To Remember has decided to reveal the track off their forthcoming full-length, You’re Welcome. About … Continue reading

Slipknot Announce Knotfest Roadshow 2020 Tour Dates

By: Staff – Following 2019’s inaugural Knotfest Roadshow tour, Slipknot have announced that they will once again be hitting the road this summer to headline the Knotfest Roadshow 2020 North American tour. Joining them will be special guests, A Day To Remember, Underoath and Code Orange. Tickets for Knotfest Roadshow 2020 go on sale at 10am local time on Friday, February … Continue reading

Photos: A Day To Remember @ Rebel

Photos by: Joanna Glezakos –  Metalcore band A Day to Remember,  who released their sixth album, Bad Vibrations, on September 2nd, 2016 via Epitaph, performed at Rebel in Toronto last night (Oct. 11th).

Photos: Riot Fest Chicago 2017 – Nine Inch Nails, A Day To Remember, New Order

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  Day one of Riot Fest Chicago 2017 on September 15th featured performances by industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, who released their newest EP, Add Violence, on July 19th, 2017 via The Null Corporation, metalcore band A Day to Remember,  who released their sixth album, Bad Vibrations, on September 2nd, 2016 via Epitaph, synthpop band … Continue reading

Photos: KFMA Day 2017 – Blink-182, A Day To Remember, Highly Suspect

Photos by: Meghan Lee – KFMA Day 2017 took place last night at the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium in Tucson, AZ with performances by Pop-Punk band Blink-182, who released their seventh album, California, on July 1st, 2016 via BMG, which serves as their first album to feature vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba, who replaced former member Tom DeLonge, metalcore band A Day to Remember, … Continue reading

Interview: A Day To Remember talks “Bad Vibrations”, fave Blink-182 albums, and bad comments

By: Curtis Sindrey – M etalcore favourites A Day To Remember are back with their new album, Bad Vibrations. A Day To Remember (vocalist Jeremy McKinnon, guitarists Kevin Skaff and Neil Westfall, bassist Joshua Woodard and drummer Alex Shelnutt) recorded Bad Vibrations with producers Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason Livermore (Rise Against, NOFX). Released on the band’s own ADTR Records and distributed by Epitaph, … Continue reading

Concert Review: Blink-182, A Day To Remember, All Time Low, DJ Spider @ Molson Amphitheatre

By: Curtis Sindrey – Pop-punk kings Blink-182 returned to the Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto last night on the heels of their new studio album, California, their first LP without founding member Tom Delonge. If you were expecting juvenile back-and-forth banter between vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus and new member, vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba, similar to the trio’s 2000 live album, … Continue reading

Blink-182 announce North American tour with A Day to Remember, All-American Rejects, and All Time Low

By: Staff –   Pop-Punk trio Blink-182, which now consists of Travis Barker, Mark Hoppus, and Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba, who replaced founding member Tom Delonge, have announced a massive summer tour with A Day To Remember, All-American Rejects, and All Time Low. The tour announcement follows the release of the band’s first new single without … Continue reading

Photos: Neck Deep @ HMV Underground

Photos by: Kelsey Giesbrecht – Welsh pop-punk band Neck Deep, who released their second album, Life’s Not out to Get You, on August 14th, 2015 via Hopeless, which was produced by A Day to Remember’s Jeremy McKinnon, and Andrew Wade, performed an intimate acoustic set at HMV Underground in Toronto last night.

Photos: Riot Fest Toronto (Day 1) – A Day to Remember, Pierce The Veil, Everytime I Die + More

Photos by: Stephen McGill (@steve_mcgill) – The ninth annual Riot Fest, which snagged a newly reunited The Replacements as Sunday’s headliner, invaded Toronto’s Fort York yesterday afternoon with a line-up that mostly included hardcore, screamo and hard rock bands, including headliners A Day to Remember, San Diego-based post-hardcore quartet Piece The Veil, Buffalo-based metal band Everytime I … Continue reading