For Those Who Have Heart - A Day to Remember Reviews
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by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Formed in 2003, A Day To Remember is an American Metalcore, emo, pop-punk band consisting of: Jeremy McKinnon - lead vocals Kevin Skaff - lead guitar, vocals Neil Westfall - rhythm guitar, backing vocals Joshua Woodard - bass guitar Alex Shelnutt - drums To this day, they have released 3 studio albums, and For Those Who Have Heart was their second, and released in 2007. Their latest album, Homesick, was released last year (2009). For Those Who Have Heart was re-released in 2008, and contains 10 songs from the original album performed live. It also contains 4 bonus tracks, 1 of which is a cover of Kelly Clarkson's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/09, updated on 04/04/09 (Very useful, 165 readings)
I haven't been aware of A Day To Remember for a long time but I quickly developed into a fan and have seen them live (they are fantastic) and this album was the one that I heard first and my love for them developed from there. A Day To Remember are a hardcore/pop punk band from Florida but can also be seen to apply to other genres of music also (metalcore etc). Their songs combine both the screaming and siniging of Jeremy McKinnon to bring across strong emotions, but there are also some slow, melodic and sweet songs showing that ADTR have the ability to perform brilliantly in completely different types of music. The band consists ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Love catchy pop songs? Enjoy the odd breakdown plus other hardcore elements? This is the answer, A Day to Remembers second full length album, theres a standard version and a special edition with a bonus DVD. Tracks 1.Fast Forward to 2012 - Fast paced intro track setting the pace for the rest of the album, in less then 2 minutes you'll understand the diversity in genres this band can achieve. 2.Speak of the Devil - Aggressive start leading to an instantly memorable melodic chorus, progressive breakdown that just keeps getting heavier, finishing with pop like elements. 3.The Danger in Starting a Fire - Starting as a pop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
'A Day To Remember' is a pop-punk band from Florida, U.S.A. They influences range from punk to metalcore and this really shows in their music with the aggressive vocals in most of their songs. 'For Those Who Have Heart' is their second album and the re-issue even contains some of their re-recorded songs from the last album. Proberly the most famous track on the album (re-release) will be their cover of 'Kelly Clarkson's' 'Since You've Been Gone' as most of their fanbase came when it was released as a single and video. A Day To Remember use a "Brash Melody of Pop-Punk" with a metalcore attitude, making each track have something different ... Read the complete review
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