A DAY TO REMEMBER has announced an August 19th release for their much-anticipated new album, 'Bad Vibrations'.
The lead single/video "Paranoia" has gone on to amass more than 4.5 million Spotify streams and 3.6 million YouTube views. Fans can get "Bad Vibrations" and "Paranoia" as instant downloads by pre-ordering Bad Vibrations on iTunes. Pre-order bundles are also available on the band's official site.
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, the album was mixed by Grammy winner Andy Wallace (Foo Fighters, Slayer) and is the follow-up to 2013's 'Common Courtesy.'
"We completely changed the way we wrote, recorded and mixed this album," says McKinnon. "It was one of the most unique recording experiences we've ever had. We rented a cabin in the mountains 30 minutes outside of town and just wrote together in a room, which was the polar opposite of the last three albums we've made. And working with Bill was an awesome experience. He was a bit hard to read at first, so I think we subconsciously pushed ourselves harder to try to impress him. As a result, we gave this album everything we had."
The quintet, hailed by Alternative Press as "the best live band of 2015," is hitting the road with Blink-182 for a summer tour of arenas and sheds set to kick off July 21 at Viejas Arena in San Diego, CA. On July 18th, they'll headline the 2016 Journeys Alternative Press Awards fueled by Monster Energy at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH.
Over the course of the past several years, each of A Day To Remember's releases have hit #1 on Billboard's Rock, Indie and/or Alternative Charts, they've sold more than a million units, racked up over 400 million Spotify streams and 500 million YouTube views, garnered two RIAA-certified old-selling albums and singles (and one Silver album in the UK) and sold-out entire continental tours, amassing a global fanbase whose members number in the millions. All of which explains why Rolling Stone called them "An Artist You Need To Know."