A Day to Remember have released a video for “We Got This.”
A Day to Remember performed at ESPN’s X Games over the weekend.
A Day to Remember have announced a new headlining tour. Moose Blood and Wage War will be opening.
A Day to Remember were awarded the key to their hometown over the weekend.
A Day to Remember have announced they’ll be playing a hometown show in the city of Ocala on March 18th. The band will also be receiving the key to the city.
A Day to Remember have issued a statement on the resolution of their lawsuit with Victory Records:
As many of you know, more than 5 years ago we filed a lawsuit against Victory Records seeking freedom and resolution on several issues we had with them. For the past 2 weeks we have been in court arguing our case. Yesterday, the jury came back with a unanimous verdict in the trial granting us that freedom and resolution. Thank you to the fan base for supporting us through this difficult time, we couldn’t have done this without you. This isn’t just a victory for us but also a victory for every band wronged over the years. Right doesn’t always win, but yesterday it did.
Law 360 is reporting that A Day to Remember has been freed from their Victory Records’ contract and awarded a $4 million verdict.
An Illinois federal jury released Florida-based rock band A Day To Remember from a 2006 recording contract Tuesday, finding that the band had fulfilled the five-album deal and awarding its members $4 million in withheld proceeds from music and merchandise sales.
Following a two-week jury trial and a day and a half of deliberations, an eight-person jury returned a multipage verdict that largely favored the band, also known by the initials ADTR, in a legal dispute against record label Victory Records Inc. that began in 2011.
A Day to Remember’s new b-side, “In Florida,” is now up for stream.
Travis Barker joined A Day To Remember on stage to play “2nd Sucks” live at a recent show. A fan-shot video can be found on YouTube.
Travis Scott has the number one album on the Billboard charts this week. A Day to Remember come in at number two, which is the highest position of their career, and actually sold the most albums during the week.
Rock band A Day to Remember bows at a career-high peak of No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with Bad Vibrations, as the set starts with 67,000 units (62,000 in pure album sales). It’s also the best-selling album of the week, and debuts at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart.
A Day to Remember performed “Private Eye” live with Matt Skiba helping out. A fan-shot video has appeared on YouTube.
A Day to Remember have released their new video for “Naivety.”
Guitarist Kevin Skaff talks about changing it up on A Day to Remember’s new record Bad Vibrations, embracing the garage band mentality again, writing heavier songs with everyone involved, and why history is cool.
A Day to Remember have posted up a stream of their new song, “Naivety.”
A Day to Remember premiered “Naivety” today on BBC Radio 1.
A Day to Remember will be premiering a new song on BBC Radio 1 tomorrow. More details can be found below.
A Day to Remember have released their video for “Bullfight.”
Victory Records has issued a statement on their current lawsuit with A Day To Remember after frontman Jeremy McKinnon spoke with Kerrang. It can be found below. I warn you, it’s hard not to read it in Donald Trump’s voice.
A Day to Remember are about to release their long-awaited new album, Bad Vibrations, on September 2nd. I spoke with the band briefly on the third annual APMA’s red carpet.
A Day to Remember have released their new song “Bullfight.” The album’s release date has also been pushed back to September 2nd.