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A Day to Remember

The ability to evolve and push boundaries has never been more important than it is now. While the mainstreambecomessafer,the dynamic,genre-bending acts are driven underground, to be discovered by a whole new generation ofmusic fansnotcontent with the identikit bands pushedat themthrough the major media. It is this hallowed place that A DAYTOREMEMBERhas not-so-subtly been taking over, from stereos to moshpits across theworld. While the music industryscramblesto discoverthe next big thing, A DAY TO REMEMBER has been becoming it, showing that withthe rightamount of hardwork,strong songs,an un ...read more

The ability to evolve and push boundaries has never been more important than it is now. While the mainstreambecomessafer,the dynamic,genre-bending acts are driven underground, to be discovered by a whole new generation ofmusic fansnotcontent with the identikit bands pushedat themthrough the major media. It is this hallowed place that A DAYTOREMEMBERhas not-so-subtly been taking over, from stereos to moshpits across theworld. While the music industryscramblesto discoverthe next big thing, A DAY TO REMEMBER has been becoming it, showing that withthe rightamount of hardwork,strong songs,an unfaltering self-belief, and that indefinable spark of something really special, anything is possible.

Rising from the punk rock hotbed of Florida in 2003, Josh Woodard (bass), Alex Shellnutt (drums), Neil Westfall(guitar),JeremyMcKinnon(vocals) andTom Denney (guitar) formed A DAY TO REMEMBER, crafting a blend of the music theyloved intoa nicheof their own. Their sound combinedthe punk-popof BLINK-182 and NEW FOUND GLORY with brutalhardcorebeatdowns,sending shudders through the underground. Their debut onIndianola recordssold 8,000 copies withlittlepromotion, andattracted the attention of Victory Records, who signed them in 2006. “When we first gotsigned,ourgoalwasn't to blow up oreven sell a ton of records,” recalls bassist Josh Woodward. “All we wanted to do was stayon tour,and play to as manykidsaspossible.” The result exceeded even their expectations, as the infectious, explosive energyof theirlive shows helped themorganically growa fanbase thatmultiplied each time they played.

With the release of their breakthrough album For Those Who Have Heart, A DAY TO REMEMBER went global. In thetwoshortyears after itsrelease in early2007, the band grew from a small band with a dedicated local fan-base intoaworldwidephenomenon, gaining the respect and adoration fromtheir peersas much as their fans. This is no overnightsuccess– the bandhas worked hard to win over every fan they make. But the ‘perfect storm’ oftheirdedication, rapidly-spreading buzzandundeniable musical abilities have made this young band one of the most talked about bands inrock,gainingthemselvesacoveted slot in Alternative Press’ Most Anticipated Albums 2009 issue.

Selling out tours worldwide, their lyrics “Mark my words: we’re taking over the world” became a self-fulfilling prophecy,astheband hit theroad with bandsthey grew up listening to like New Found Glory and Silverstein, and had a full summer ontheVansWarped Tour. Embraced by the media, ADAY TOREMEMBER made it on to “Ones To Watch” lists internationally,pickingup aKerrang! Award nomination for Best International Newcomer;the video fortheir rocked-up cover of KellyClarkson’s “SinceUBeen Gone” unshakable from music television over summer 2008.Their new album Homesick sees themusing their ascensionasa springboard, ready to launch them into the big time. “Homesick is aculmination of 2 1/2years ofbeing gone on theroad,”Woodard notes. “It represents what we've been through, what's ahead of us, and the lessons we'velearnedinbetween.It'sthe heaviest and catchiest record we've ever written, and we couldn't be more excited for people tohear it.We're all soproud of what wejust made,and think it really sets us up to jump to that next level..

In an industry where you have to evolve to stay ahead, A DAY TO REMEMBER is standing defiant, leading the genre-straddling pack in abattle cry, readyfor the fight of their lives. Grab your friends, “disrespect your surroundings”, andwatchADAY TO REMEMBER set the world alight. Themainstream won’tknow what hit it.

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3.5
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2010

3.1
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2007

3.6
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