My Thanks to A Day to Remember and Epitaph

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  1. Melody Bot

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    My sincere thanks to A Day to Remember and Epitaph Records for sponsoring the website this week. Watching just how big this band has gotten over the past few years has been nothing short of incredible. And watching them continue to put out music that pleases their die-hard fans on their own terms is even better. The band’s new album, Bad Vibrations, is in stores now, and you can grab that on iTunes or plenty of other digital platforms (physical bundles are also available).

    A Day To Remember are currently on tour with Blink 182, all of the tour dates are below.

    9/2 – Xfinity Theatre – Hartford, CT
    9/3 – Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion – Bangor, ME
    9/4 – Saratoga Performing Arts Ctr – Saratoga, NY
    9/8 – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, MN
    9/9 – Hollywood Casino Amp – Tinley Park, IL
    9/10 – Klipsch Music Center – Noblesville, IN
    9/11 – Hollywood Casino Amp – St. Louis, MO
    9/13 – Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
    9/15 – Taco Bell Arena – Boise, ID
    9/16 – Spokane Arena – Spokane, WA
    9/17 – Key Arena – Seattle, WA
    9/18 – Abbotsford Centre – Vancouver, BC
    9/20 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Portland, OR
    9/22 – USANA Amp – Salt Lake City, UT
    9/24 – Ak-Chin Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ
    9/25 – Isleta Amp – Albuquerque, NM
    9/28 – Shoreline Amp – San Francisco, CA
    9/29 – Irvine Meadows Amp – Irvine, CA
    10/1 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA

    My thanks to A Day to Remember and Epitaph Records for sponsoring Chorus this week.

     
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  2. Colby Searcy

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    @Jason Tate any thoughts on the new album? I know you enjoyed Common Courtesy.
     
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  3. ARo24

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    Love the new album and they killed it on Wednesday. Great to see the band doing so well they're definitely deserving.
     
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  5. kidinthebushes

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    Not a huge fan of the new album but it's crazy to think I saw them at a bar in the suburbs back in 2008 and now they are #1 on iTunes and opening for blink-182.
     
  6. Zoshchenko

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    I love the album. Really wish I was seeing them in Tinley Park on 9/9. I haven't seen them since 2011, which is way too long.
     
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  7. NewSurrender

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    This band is quite popular in Australia. The new album itself is okay, not a patch on their older stuff IMO
     
  8. jrock920

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    i wonder how well that tour did with them and the amity affliction
     
  9. SamLevi11

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    Their best album since Homesick I think. Really enjoying this so far.
     
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  10. Damien Davies

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    Pretty sure all dates sold out. Perth may not have but that's because the venue's seating (the last 3 or 4 rows to be exact) may as well be in China.
     
  11. NewSurrender

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    I was at that tour in the Brisbane show. Was pretty packed. Could barely walk near the front as people were everywhere. The band would have made a good profit on that show as tickets were $80 each and the venue was massive. IMO Amity Affliction were better live than ADTR but I still enjoyed seeing them

    They're coming back here again in December, exactly one year after their last show at the same venue
     
  12. Colby Searcy

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    Completely agree.

    I also feel like this is their best sounding album ever as well as their best effort in the songwriting dept as well. You can tell they were meticulous and worked their asses off on this record.
     
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