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A Day To Remember

#274

FEATURES

A DAY TO REMEMBER
AP follows the boys of ADTR across Great Britain as they brave high winds, snotty kids and take-out chicken dinners—all in service to the glory of popcore.

PANIC! AT THE DISCO
After half the band made an extremely public departure, Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith are back with both a renewed confidence—and that the exclamation point—in tow.

ASKING ALEXANDRIA
Their fellow countrymen can talk as much smack as they want, but this British metalcore outfit aren’t owning it in ways most American bands can’t.

YELLOWCARD
The celebrated pop-punk outfit return from out of the ether, back into the hearts of the fans who have been waiting for the past three years.


SECTIONS

WIRETAPPING

OP-ED: JIMMY EAT WORLD's Zach Lind

AP POLL

NEW RELEASES

AP:DIY 
Featuring advice and inside information from MATT AND KIM, MISS MAY I, OFF WITH THEIR HEADS, GO RADIO and more.

AP STYLE
With EYES SET TO KILL

REVIEWS
THE AP Record Store is celebrating Record Store Day this month with the help of new releases from ALL TIME LOW, THURSDAY, SMALL BROWN BIKE, FOO FIGHTERS, WINDS OF PLAGUE, SILVERSTEIN, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME, MEMPHIS MAY FIRE, ATMOSPHERE, EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY, TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET, THE AIRBORNE TOXIC EVENT, JOSH FREESE and more.

10 ESSENTIAL IN-SONG SHOUTOUTS
Ever catch that sly lyrical reference your favorite band made to one of their favorite bands? Us, too—in fact, we caught 10 of ’em.

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