A Day To Remember
From: FL, United States
Last Known Status: Active
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Below is our complete A Day To Remember news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Victory Records has issued a response to a recent article in Kerrang! Magazine referencing the litigation filed by A Day To Remember. The label comments:
"Victory Records is compelled to provide the following information to the public, specifically in response to untrue statements made by band leader Jeremy McKinnon. Victory did not file this lawsuit, A Day To Remember did so in order to avoid their remaining recording commitments to Victory. In fact, Victory was blindsided by the lawsuit that the band began to surreptitiously prepare as early as 2010.
"The core issue in the lawsuit is how many 'albums' A Day To Remember delivered under its agreement with Victory Records. Not once before filing the lawsuit did ADTR claim to Victory or to the public that they had satisfied their 5-album recording commitment. They never asserted that Victory’s efforts concerning the marketing, promotion and distribution of the albums was anything less than stellar. During the years ADTR considered itself a Victory artist, they never complained about royalties.
"Including the recent article in Kerrang!, virtually every press outlet that has covered ADTR’s album releases since 2006 have reported the number of full-length studio albums ADTR released in total - this includes the three albums released by Victory (2007’s 'For Those Who Have Heart,' 2009’s 'Homesick,' 2010’s 'What Separates Me From You'), 'Old Record' (a 2008 re-release of a previous ADTR album on Indianola Records as part of a separate agreement), 2013’s 'Common Courtesy' (the 'fifth' album), and now 'Bad Vibrations' (the 'sixth' Album). ADTR’s inherently absurd claim that they delivered 13 'albums' in the first two years of their agreement with Victory defies common sense, logic and reality. More...
The daily band lineup has been announced for the second annual Northern Invasion taking place Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15 at Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI, just outside the Twin Cities.
After quickly selling out its inaugural year with 25,000 fans in attendance, Northern Invasion expands to two full days in 2016. Single day tickets for Northern Invasion go on sale Wednesday, April 20 at 10:00 AM Central Time for $99 (plus fees).
The daily band lineup for Northern Invasion is as follows (subject to change):
Saturday, May 14
Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Chevelle, A Day To Remember, Lamb Of God, Clutch, Babymetal, P.O.D., Black Stone Cherry, Yelawolf, Asking Alexandria, Parkway Drive, Enter Shikari, Avatar, Aranda, Monster Truck, The Shrine, Hands Like Houses, Wild Throne, Second Pass More...
The inaugural Rock 'N Derby - presented by SLP Concerts and GameLoud - will take over the 35+ acre Schaghticoke Fairgrounds in Schaghticoke, NY (69 Stillwater Bridge Rd. just minutes outside Albany) on May 20 - 22, 2016.
This isn't just a festival, this is a three-day, 24 hour camping, demolition derby concert experience, and the bands keep on coming.
The lineup now includes Corrosion Of Conformity, Hollywood Undead, State Champs, Sebastian Bach, Enter Shikari, Born of Osiris, Avatar, For Today, Rings of Saturn, Cilver and Bad Case For Big Mouth.
They join previously announced bands Five Finger Death Punch, Shinedown, A Day To Remember, Halestorm, Megadeth, Coheed and Cambria, Sixx: A.M., Lamb Of God, Clutch, Parkway Drive, Anthrax, Ghost, Collective Soul, Extreme, Wolfmother, Sevendust, Dokken, Trivium, Memphis May Fire, We Came As Romans, Scott Stapp, All That Remains, Stray From The Path, Pop Evil, Thy Art Is Murder, Red Sun Rising, Wild Throne, Like A Storm and Currents, plus Tool tribute band Schism and '70's dirt rock cover band Chevy Metal.
The full currently announced three day lineup is below, with more groups still to be added ahead of the festival dates. More...
After three consecutive sellouts, Monster Energy Fort Rock is expanding to two days - Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1, 2016 - at JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, Florida.
South Florida’s "Biggest Rock Festival" will feature performances from rock icon/filmmaker Rob Zombie, the return of Disturbed (after a 4-year hiatus), Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, Megadeth, 3 Doors Down, Sixx:A.M., Lamb Of God, and more.
Visit this location for the most current information on the festival and ticket pricing info.
Brent Smith of Shinedown says, "Fort Myers, Florida, are you ready? Because we are!!! We are so honored to be playing Fort Rock. We look forward to seeing everyone. Rock FOREVER!!!”
Jeremy Spencer of Five Finger Death Punch adds, “We’re pumped to once again be part of the World’s Loudest Month and are ready to kick things off properly like we did two years ago at Fort Rock.”
"With three straight years of sellout shows, we are excited to expand Monster Energy Fort Rock to two days,” says Clay Busch, Head of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships for festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents. “We’ve doubled down with the biggest Fort Rock to date. Fort Myers’ hunger for rock continues to grow and our show has expanded to meet that demand. We look forward to bringing this amazing lineup to South Florida in 2016." More...
Following an excellent start to the festival the day before, it was exciting to wake up to another day of metal music in Dessel. There was once again plenty on display for head bangers of all tastes, from legendary bands to current favourites. There were also plent of cult heroes performing on this day, one of which was the first band on the agenda.
Formed in 1991 under the name Resurrection in Israel, Orphaned Land have gone on to become one of, if not the premier metal band from the Middle East. Part of what makes them such an endearing group is their constant devotion of their music to peace, particularly between the Abrahamic religions that clash more than anywhere around their homeland. They were a great way to start the day, possessing a fantastic energy that got plenty of the crowd moving, which is quite an accomplishment for midday at a festival. Opening with the title track to their latest album, "All Is One," they oozed a positive atmosphere and most heads that were banging were also smiling. Having only a forty minute set, it was impressive that the band were able to fit seven songs into their schedule, with the excellent "Separi" being a particular highlight, in part due to the guest appearance of a Dutch Muslim belly dancer, who also joined the group for their finale, which was a medley of "Norra el Norra" and "Ornaments of Gold." Like several bands the day before, Orphaned Land were highly impressive and one that needs adding to the metal fans list of bands to see live. More...
Bring Me The Horizon will be touring with A Day to Remember this Fall.
In addition, the band has lined up a handful of select headlining dates with special guests Chiodos. These performances will take place in September in Syracuse, Detroit, Kansas City, and Las Vegas.
Bring Me The Horizon's latest album "Sempiternal" has sold nearly 200,000 copies in the U.S. since its release in March, 2013.
Catch the band live supporting the album on these dates:
Sept 04 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE – Outdoor Stage
Sept 05 Syracuse, NY - Paper Mill Island Amp.
Sept 06 Toronto, ON – Downsview Park (Riot Fest)
Sept 08 Albany, NY – Washington Avenue Armory
Sept 09 Lowell, MA – Tsongas Arena @ UMass Lowell
Sept 10 Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre
Sept 12 Detroit, MI - Royal Oak
Sept 13 Janesville, WI - Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport
Sept 14 Chicago, IL – Humboldt Park (Riot Fest)
Sept 15 Grand Rapids, IL – DeltaPlex
Sept 16 Columbus, OH – The LC Pavilion – Outdoor Stage
Sept 17 Saint Louis, MO – Chaifetz Arena
Sept 19 Kansas City, MO - Uptown Theater
Sept 20 Byers, CO – TBD (Riot Fest)
Sept 23 Camarillo, CA – Woodward Park Rotary Amphitheatre
Sept 24 Los Angeles, CA – The Shrine
Sept 26 San Jose, CA – Event Center at San Jose State University
Sept 27 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
Sept 28 Mesa, AZ – Mesa Ampitheatre
Sept 30 Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre
Oct 05 Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life Festival
Oct 06 Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
Oct 07 Charlotte, NC – The Uptown Amphitheatre at the Music
Oct 09 North Charleston, NC – North Charleston Coliseum
Oct 10 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
Oct 11 Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live More...
Learn to play 5 songs by A Day To Remember in the latest downloadable content for Rocksmith. “All Signs Point To Lauderdale,” “The Downfall of Us All,” “All I Want,” “If It Means A Lot To You,” and “It’s Complicated” are now available for download on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network, or Steam. .
The second annual Monster Energy Aftershock Festival has expanded to a full weekend in 2013. The fest will take place September 14th and 15th at Discovery Park near downtown Sacramento, CA.
The Aftershock Festival will feature two main stages, with headlining appearances from Avenged Sevenfold and Korn, as well as a special additional headliner to be announced on July 1st.
The lineup also includes Shinedown, Megadeth, Papa Roach, Volbeat, A Day To Remember, HIM, Skillet, Buckcherry, Halestorm, Asking Alexandria, In This Moment, All That Remains, Falling In Reverse, Device, Steel Panther, P.O.D., Pop Evil, Otherwise, Airbourne, SOiL, Heaven's Basement, Nothing More, and many others.
A handful of new metal tracks have made their way to Rock Band Network this week, including music from Benighted and Onslaught. These tracks are now available for the Xbox 360 edition to play this weekend:
Benighted – “Let the Blood Spill Between My Broken Teeth” (160 MSP)
Onslaught – “Godhead” (80 MSP)
The Minotaur Project – “Rampage of Kronos” (80 MSP)
Vangough – “Drained (2x Bass Pedal)” (80 MSP)
PS3 headbangers will instead get these songs on 10/9 in North America and 10/10 in Europe:
A Day to Remember - "Sticks & Bricks" ($1.99)
Bumblefoot - "Dash" ($1.99)
Ghost Brigade - "Clawmaster" ($0.99)
Ghost Brigade - "Into the Black Light" ($0.99)
Victory Records has posted a new 20 song sampler online for streaming, which can be found below. The label also commented:
"Check out our new 20 song music sampler available now on Soundcloud. It features songs from Emmure, A Day To Remember, God Forbid, first listens to brand new tracks from Dr. Acula, A Hero A Fake and These Hearts plus 14 other Victory artists.
A Day To Remember’s music video for “2nd Sucks” is coming soon, and the band has now posted a teaser trailer online. Check out the clip below.
The group is also set to headline Soundwave Festival in Australia this month, followed by shows in Indonesia and Japan before heading back to the U.S. for the second leg of the Rise Against tour.
The Rock Band Network continues to expand its catalog this week, bringing new tracks to the Xbox 360 version from Nevermore, Deadlock, and more. The following songs are now available on the Xbox 360 that may be of interest to metal fans:
Deadlock - "Martyr to Science" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "March Into Hell / Blood on My Soul" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "Respiration Desperation / The Neutral Zone" (160 MSP)
Francisco Meza - "Rage and Pain" (80 MSP)
Nevermore - "The Obsidian Conspiracy" (160 MSP)
Nevermore - "The Obsidian Conspiracy (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Nevermore - "Without Morals (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Prototype - "The Way It Ends (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Will Haven - "Mida's Secret" (160 MSP)
These tracks will also be hitting the PS3 on 12/13/2011 (North America) and 12/14/2011 (Europe):
August Burns Red - "Internal Cannon" ($1.99)
Dance Gavin Dance - "Heat Seeking Ghost of Sex" ($1.99)
A Day to Remember - "If It Means a Lot to You" ($1.99)
A Day to Remember - "2nd Sucks" ($1.99)
This week the Xbox 360 version of the Rock Band Network is back to seeing a varied list of newly added rock and metal tracks from several genres. The following songs are now available on the Xbox 360 edition:
All Shall Perish - "My Retaliation" (160 MSP)
Design the Skyline - "Break Free From Your Life" (160 MSP)
Fallen Angel - "The Reapers Shall Gather / Arrival" (160 MSP)
Kylesa - "Tired Climb" (160 MSP)
Nevermore - "Without Morals" (160 MSP)
The Bunny the Bear - "Ocean Floor" (160 MSP)
Thunder and Lightning - "Horizon" (160 MSP)
These tracks are coming to the PS3 on 12/6/2011 (North America) and Wednesday, 12/7/2011 (Europe):
Attack Attack! - "Last Breath" ($1.99)
A Day to Remember - "All Signs Point to Lauderdale" ($1.99)
Victory Records has announced that A Day To Remember and Rise Against will be hitting the road together in January, 2012 for a run of U.S. dates. The currently announced shows are as follows:
Jan 17 - Austin, TX - Austin Music Hall
Jan 18 - San Antonio, TX - Illusions Theater at Alamodome
Jan 21 - Orlando, FL - UCF Arena
Jan 22 - Columbia, SC - Township Auditorium
Jan 24 - Norfolk, VA - Constant Convocation Center
Jan 26 - Kent, OH - Memorial Athletic & Convocation Center
Jan 27 - Chicago, IL - UIC Pavilion
Jan 29 - University Park, PA - Bryce Jordan Center
Jan 30 - Poughkeepsie, NY - Mid Hudson Civic Center
Feb 01 - Lowell, MA - Paul E Tsongas Arena
Feb 03 - Uniondale, NY - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Feb 04 - Camden, NJ - Susquehanna Bank Center
Feb 05 - Fairfax, VA - Patriot Center
If you need some extra headbanging material for the upcoming Halloween weekend, there will be new metal tracks hitting the Rock Band Network. The following new tracks are now available on the Xbox 360 edition of the game:
Halcyon Way - "Death of a Dream" (80 MSP)
Between the Buried and Me - "Selkies: The Endless Obsession" (160 MSP)
Between the Buried and Me - "Selkies: The Endless Obsession (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Without Mercy - "CMDUC" (160 MSP)
A Day to Remember - "2nd Sucks" (160 MSP)
Powerman 5000 - "Show Me What You've Got" (160 MSP)
The following songs will be available on the PS3 edition this Tuesday, 11/1/2011 (North America) and Wednesday, 11/2/2011 (Europe):
Emery - "Scissors" ($1.99) - Rock
Myrath - "Madness" ($1.99) - Prog
Suicide Silence - "You Only Live Once" ($1.99) - Metal
Although it wasn't expected until December, the organizers of Australia's Soundwave Festival have made their second band announcement. Joining the 60 bands already announced are Staind, Wednesday 13, Unearth, Cathedral, Shadows Fall, Heaven Shall Burn, Your Demise, Kittie, and 14 other (mostly non-metal) bands.
Hole has pulled out of the festival after frontwoman Courtney Love refused to play before Limp Bizkit. Soundwave boss AJ Maddah said on Twitter that he was "relieved we got the moody old cow off the bill. [There’s] no point talking her back, only for her to cancel later, or turn up & act like a rotten twat to other artists, fans, etc."
A third announcement in early December will add another five bands to the lineup, and Danzig is one of the confirmed possibilities. More...
Organizers of the Australian Soundwave Festival have made the first official lineup announcement. Joining the reformed Coal Chamber as previously reported will be headline acts System Of A Down, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Marilyn Manson, Machine Head, Lamb Of God and Trivium as well as 53 other bands.
Bands of particular interest to metal fans include Devin Townsend Project, Dillinger Escape Plan, Black Label Society, Mastodon, Steel Panther, Meshuggah, Hatebreed, Biohazard, Dragonforce, Gojira, Kvelertak, Hellyeah, Chimaira, Watain, and Turisas.
A second announcement for the series of one day festivals is reportedly coming in December, with 88 bands expected to be included in the final billing. More...
The full list of bands and dates have been revealed for the 2011 "Eastpak Antidote" European tour. Bands featured on the bill include A Day To Remember, August Burns Red, The Ghost Inside and Living With Lions. You can check out the full list of confirmed dates, cities and venues below.
10/20 Hamburg, GER – Grosse Freiheit 36
10/21 Gothenburg, SWE – Brewhouse
10/22 Oslo, NOR – Rockefeller
10/24 Helsinki, FIN – Nostur
10/26 Stockholm, SWE – Arenan
10/27 Malmo, SWE – KB
10/28 Leipzig, GER – Werk 2
10/29 Oberhausen, GER – Turbinhalle
10/31 Paris, FRA – Le Bataclan
11/01 Toulouse, FRA – Le Bikini
11/02 Barcelona, SPA – Razzmatazz
11/03 Madrid, SPA – The Box
11/05 Montpellier, FRA – Le Rockstore
11/06 Milan, ITA – Magasini General
11/08 Wien, AUT – Gasometer
11/09 Munich, GER – Tonhalle
11/11 Tilburg, NET – 013
11/12 Brussels, BEL – AB
11/15 Manchester, UK – Academy
11/17 Nottingham, UK – Rock City
11/18 London, UK – The Forum
New live footage featuring A Day To Remember has made its way online. The footage was captured during the band's recent performance during the Ventura, California stop of the "Vans Warped Tour." You can check out the band's performance of the track "I’m Made Of Wax Larry, What Are You Made Of?" which features a guest appearance from The Devil Wears Prada's Mike Hranica in the player below.
The week is nearing its end and the Rock Band Network has got new tracks to help you rock your way through the weekend. On the metal and hardcore front this week, there are more songs from Amberian Dawn, Blackguard, Emmure, No Bragging Rights, and more. The complete list of newly added music, including all the non-metal tracks, is as follows:
Amberian Dawn - "Arctica (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Blackbird" (160 MSP)
Amberian Dawn - "Blackbird (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Blackguard - "Firefight" (160 MSP)
Blackguard - "Firefight (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Burning Twilight - "The Resolve of Cowards" (160 MSP)
Burning Twilight - "The Resolve of Cowards (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Emmure - "Demons With Ryu" (160 MSP)
Emmure - "Demons With Ryu (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP)
Memphis May Fire - "Be Careful What You Wish For" - 160 MSP
Memphis May Fire - "Be Careful What You Wish For (2x Bass Pedal)" - 160 MSP
No Bragging Rights - "Death of an Era" (160 MSP)
No Bragging Rights - "Death of an Era (2x Bass Pedal)" (160 MSP) More...