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A DAY TO REMEMBER

Album Review: This Wild Life - Clouded: Atmosphere Edition (2015 LP)

At the beginning of this year, the pop-punk acoustic duo of This Wild Life made an appearance at Soundwave Festival and needless to say - they held a fantastic set! I remember coming across one of their acoustic covers of A Day To Remember's "If It Means A Lot To You" and the brilliance of the acoustic vibes that resonated in their music was stunning. The poetic lyrics, the delicate string arrangement of guitars and the honesty and genuine feeling that is placed in each track were obviously crafted with perfection.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival - Bonython Park, Adelaide (01.03.14)

The Soundwave juggernaut descended upon Adelaide over the weekend. With seven stages and over eighty acts, there was so much music to take in. Our photographer John Goodridge was there and delivers this taste of what what was on offer.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival Part 2 - Flemington Racecourse (28.02.14)

Serena Ho brings you the second part of her Melbourne Soundwave photo gallery held at Flemington Racecourse yesterday.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Part 1 - Sydney Olympic Park (24.02.14)

The annual Soundwave festival was held at Sydney Olympic Park yesterday. Part 1 of our photo gallery includes artists such as A Day To Remember, Alter Bridge, Dir En Grey, Filter, Gwar (pictured above), Mutemath, Nostalghia, Panic! At The Disco, Richie Sambora, The Defiled and Trash Talk. Photos by Johnny Au.

A Day to Remember set to join The Ghost Inside and I Killed The Prom Queen for Soundwave sideshows.

A Day To Remember have a penchant for putting on hugely popular shows when they are in Australia, regardless of whether they're on a headline tour or here for a festival. Soon to be playing Soundwave around the country this year, the band have announced two sideshows alongside The Ghost Inside and I Killed the Prom Queen.

the AU interview: Jeremy McKinnon of A Day To Remember (USA) talks Common Courtesy and Soundwave Festival!

I recently had the chance to talk with Jeremy McKinnon about A Day To Remember latest album. Common Courtesy. A record that struggled to see the light of day following a series of lawsuits with their US label Victory Records. Over the course of our chat Jeremy talks with a sense of resolve about why the album came out, how important the support of their Australian fans have been and looks at the future of A Day to Remember and looks back at where they've come from.

Soundwave releases second artist announcement!

Soundwave released their new batch of artists who are going to be joining the likes Green Day and Avenged Sevenfold on the 2014 festival tour! There are return appearances for a lot of these artists, while some are making the trip over for their first shot at one of the country's biggest festival runs. Check out the line up below!

the AU interview: Jeremy DePoyster of The Devil Wears Prada (Ohio)

Before they come to Australia with A Day To Remember, Ohio's The Devil Wears Prada have some European touring to get out of the way first. Before patchy European phone reception cut the interview short, Jeremy DePoyster chats with me as the band drives through Germany about the upcoming Australian tour, the band's new record and performing with A Day To Remember.

The Devil Wears Prada and Dream On Dreamer added to the national A Day To Remember tour!

A Day To Remember's Australian tour has gotten bigger, with the addition of Dream On Dreamer and The Devil Wears Prada added to the bill as national Australian tour support acts! Both bands, internationally renowned for their live shows which are just as punishing as their world-class records, will be setting stages alight before making way for the Florida 'pop-mosh' lords in ADTR.

You won't want to be missing this tour!

A Day To Remember announce the 'Right Back At It Again' tour for July.

Florida's A Day To Remember have announced their return to Australia following on from some blistering performances around the country on the 2012 Soundwave tour. Here to showcase their latest album Common Courtesy in July, ADTR are set to wow their Australian fans once more with their effortless blend of melody and pop-infused metalcore. Be there.

A DAY TO REMEMBER - THE "RIGHT BACK AT IT AGAIN" AUSTRALIAN TOUR
Tickets go on sale 9am, May 24

Live Review: Soundwave Festival - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (25.02.12)

The best laid plans of mice, men, and now apparently music reviewers often go awry. Although I had planned to catch Pennsylvanian rockers CKY and French metal act Gojira, traffic snarls and the sheer crowd size of Soundwave 2012 prevent me from doing so. Well, I end up catching about ten seconds of Gojira after a short sprint; I won’t lie, it was a pretty fantastic ten seconds.

Live Review: A Day to Remember + The Used + You Me At Six - UNSW Roundhouse (28.02.12)

For some (including me) this would be the third night backing up on Soundwave goodness, but people showed no signs of slowing down just yet. At 7pm, the line outside the Roundhouse curled around the building and out of view; fans eager to get in early to catch this epic three-band line up from the start.