Over the years, A Day to Remember have faded in and out of the hardcore scene. Since their 2013 album, Common Courtesy, they have leaned more toward the pop-punk genre. However, after the release of the title track to their upcoming album, Bad Vibrations, it sounds like their heavier sound is making a comeback. Check out the music video above. As stated in the beginning of the video, it has potential to induce seizures for people with Photosensitive Epilepsy — consider yourself warned!
With psychedelic colors and distorted wavelength images, the video matches the song title perfectly. "Bad Vibrations" roars with powerful lyrics and booming percussion. It's a head-bangable track that will make you want to scream the memorable chorus with intensity and rage alongside frontman Jeremy McKinnon. This is more raw than anything the band have done in awhile, and fans commenting on YouTube seem to be in agreement that they like the direction ADTR are going.
Bad Vibrations is set to release on August 19 on ADTR Records (distributed by Epitaph Records). You can pre-order the album on Amazon.
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Source: A Day to Remember YouTube