A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon recently told Kerrang! that the band’s new album, Bad Vibrations, is their truest representation since For Those Who Have Heart

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“That was the last record where we were in a room together and wrote as a band,” he said. “So that’s this record and this time in our lives.”



For Those Who Have Heart was initially released on January 22, 2007, and later reissued in February of 2008.

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McKinnon also revealed that the record is “heavier” than their previous three LPs—Homesick, What Separates Me From You and Common Courtesy—“put together.”  

A Day To Remember will release Bad Vibrations August 19 via ADTR Records. (Pre-orders are on sale now.) In case you missed them, hear the first two singles: “Paranoia” and “Bad Vibrations.”

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