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Review: A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations

Review: A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations

Whenever “Hardcore” music gets mentioned, three names automatically come to mind:

1. Hatebreed 2. Terror and 3. A Day To Remember or as I dub them “The Big 3 of Hardcore”!

A Day To Remembers latest offering “Bad Vibrations” which is unleashed September 2nd, is an incredibly heavy masterpiece that sees the band not only stick to their Hardcore roots but also sprinkles in elements of Pop-Punk. Every hook draws the listener deeper into the music taking them on an epic journey from the albums opening track “Bad Vibrations” all the way through to the albums closing opus “Forgive and Forget”.
Every element on this album comes together to create a work of art, from the shredding guitars of Kevin Skaff and Neil Westfall, the driving bass of Joshua Woodard, the thundering drums of Alex Shellnut which would make the God of Thunder Thor widely grin, all topped off¬†with¬†Jeremy Mckinnon’s dynamic vocals. “Bad Vibrations” is an absolutel epic piece of music to follow up 2013’s “Common Courtesy”.

Stand out tracks on “Bad Vibrations” include the title track “Bad Vibrations”, “Exposed”, “Bullfight”, “We Got This”, “Turn Off The Radio” and “Forgive And Forget”. In fact every track on this album is pure gold, so much so I’m putting “Bad Vibrations” right up there with Metallica’s iconic “Black Album” that’s how good this album is.

You can check out A Day To Remember’s video for “Bad Vibrations”:

Keep it Underground

Jase L Herbert


August 30th, 2016

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