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The success of A Day To Remember's new album, Common Courtesy, is an interesting reflection of the music industry's current state. Following a lengthy battle with Victory Records, the band dropped their new album without the backing of a label. Common Courtesy was successful financially, adding to the notion that being signed to a label is not a necessary precursor to success. ADTR's zealous fan base obviously supports the record, but should others...
- www.punknews.org
A Day to Remember - Common Courtesy (2013) After 3 years with no new music, A Day to Remember made their comeback in 2013. And, of course, being A Day to Remember, they had to come back with a bang. They started the year off with the Right Back at It Again Tour and then headlined the House Party Tour, which very well may have been the best tour of 2013. All of this was, of course, leading up to the release of their newest album, Common Courtesy...
- bigsmilemagazine.com
Hint: Follow a reviewer to be notified when they post reviews.Author's Rating A Day To Remember - Common CourtesyA Day To Remember - Common CourtesyRelease Date: October 8, 2013 Record Label: Self-Released (word) The law is a complicated thing, but listening to music is not. Listening to music is easy. So even though you might not be interested in learning the ins and outs of A Day To Remember's ongoing lawsuit with (former...
- www.absolutepunk.net
A Day To Remember are no dummies. It's been a long, litigious three years for the band since releasing 2010's What Separates Me From You, and after finally re-emerging victoriously from their high-profile lawsuit with Victory Records just this month, now is certainly not the time to drop a dance-pop record or space-rock opera on arenas full of pent-up ADTR fans jonesing to get their slam on...
- www.altpress.com
A Day To Remember are no dummies. It's been a long, litigious three years for the band since releasing 2010's What Separates Me From You, and after finally re-emerging victoriously from their high-profile lawsuit with Victory Records just this month, now is certainly not the time to drop a dance-pop record or space-rock opera on arenas full of pent-up ADTR fans jonesing to get their slam on...
- altpress.com
The law is a complicated thing, but listening to music is not. Listening to music is easy. So even though you might not be interested in learning the ins and outs of A Day To Remember's ongoing lawsuit with (former?) label Victory Records, you can instead digest something much more straightforward: The band's new album, Common Courtesy...
- absolutepunk.net
Sound: A Day To Remember continues to mix what seems relatively unmixable genres on its fourth record What Separates Me From You. Pop punk's lighthearted, happy-go-lucky themes seem to clash with metalcore's aggressive moments, but the Florida quartet tackles each with ease. You won't hear any groundbreaking songwriting ideas on A Day To Remember's latest album, but it's certainly an interesting (and eclectic) approach to music...
- www.ultimate-guitar.com
Sound: a day to remembers ability to combine singing, screaming, breakdowns, and great lyrics is just amazing, not to mention their stage presence. I immediately fell in love with a day to remember when they were on tour opening for the devil wears prada and silverstein. Jeremy Mckinnon voice is outstanding, weather it be screaming or singing, he is great at transitioning from one to the other very melodically. a great example of that last statement would be the last minute of monument...
- www.ultimate-guitar.com
Sound: The "heaviest pop punk band" returns with their third full length, featuring their pop punk sound that adds screams, growls, and breakdowns. With this notable release, ADTR is a band to watch this year. A Day To Remember has been around for a little more than 5 years now, playing show after show to make a name for themselves, the typical story of most bands out there these days. "What makes ADTR different from those bands"" is probably the first question that comes to someone"s mind...
- www.ultimate-guitar.com
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