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A Day to Remember: Bad Vibrationscompact discs
A Day to Remember: Bad Vibrations

Released: Sep 2, 2016. Genre: Metalcore, Pop Punk, Post-Hardcore. Label: ADTR. Number Of Tracks: 11. Wanting to be heavier than before but still pop-friendly, A Day To Remember struggle to have their cake and eat it too in their sixth album, "Bad Vibrations."

POSTED: 09/07/2016 - 08:31 am

7.7
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A Day to Remember: For Those Who Have Heartcompact discs
A Day to Remember: For Those Who Have Heart

Release Date: Jan 23, 2007. Label: Victory. Genres: Post-Hardcore, Heavy Metal, Emo. Number Of Tracks: 12. One second they're blasting the most melodic pop-punk this side of TRL, and the next, they're channeling the depths of hell with acerbic growling and heavy breakdowns.

POSTED: 06/18/2016 - 09:52 am

9.1
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A Day to Remember: Common Courtesycompact discs
A Day to Remember: Common Courtesy

Released: Oct 8, 2013. Genre: Metalcore, Pop Punk. Label: Self released. Number Of Tracks: 13. You can't deny the energy of A Day To Remember on their new album, which ranges from sweet melancholic nostalgia to straight-up fury.

POSTED: 10/31/2013 - 12:04 pm

8.1
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A Day to Remember: Homesickcompact discs
A Day to Remember: Homesick

Released: Feb 3, 2009. Genre: Metalcore, Post-Hardcore, Melodic Hardcore. Label: Victory. Number Of Tracks: 12. It was produced by Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory and mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage.

POSTED: 05/09/2012 - 02:46 am

9.3
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A Day to Remember: What Separates Me From Youcompact discs
A Day to Remember: What Separates Me From You

Released: Nov 16, 2010. Genre: Metalcore, Post Hardcore. Label: Victory Records. Number Of Tracks: 10. A Day To Remember returns with another satisfying helping of their unique pop mosh style.

POSTED: 04/27/2011 - 06:55 am

8.1
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A Day to Remember: And Their Name Was Treasoncompact discs
A Day to Remember: And Their Name Was Treason

Release Date: May 10, 2005. Label: Indianola. Genres: Emo, Heavy Metal, Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 10. Their diverse elements is what sets them apart from so many of their contemporaries, and if you're a fan the mixing of many musical styles, this CD was made for you.

POSTED: 07/23/2009 - 02:31 am

8.7
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