A Day to Remember from Florida formed in 2003 and are being described as a metalcore/pop-punk/rock band. The bands current line-up include Jeremy McKinnon, Neil Westfall, Josh Woodard, Alex Shelnutt and Kevin Skaff. The band is set to release their new album “Common Courtesy” October the 8th.
An album which have seen a lot of delays. Common Courtesy was announced by the band with a countdown included. Once the countdown hit zero, first single “Violence (Enough Is Enough)” was released. This was back in December and since there’s been a lot of speculation when the album actually will be released. On March 18th, Jeremy McKinnon, announced on Twitter that “Common Courtesy is officially tracked! Now, onward to mixing.”. Still no official track list.
The band played the new track “Right Back At It Again” live, and we’ve added a bootleg video of it below. Judging by the comments below, this version has the best audio quality.
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