A Day To Remember Plan Album Release ASAP

(Radio.com) During a concert last May, Florida hard rockers A Day To Remember announced that their fifth studio record would be called Common Courtesy.

After fans spent the better part of the year speculating about the forthcoming material, ADTR surprised fans in December with a decidedly hard-edged track titled "Violence (Enough is Enough)." The album's recording was only partially completed at the time ADTR dropped "Violence," and the band was "stunned" by fans' reaction to it.

"You never really know 'til they hear that new material, McKinnon told Radio.com in an exclusive interview. "When we put out that song, it was one of the best responses we've ever had coming out of the gate. I can't tell you how excited that made all of us."

McKinnon continued, talking release dates: "We're not really sure the release date yet, we're working that out. We're in the last few weeks of tracking. After this we're going to head into mixing and mastering and then we're done. Then we're going to put it out as soon as we possibly can."

Despite the band having filed a lawsuit against Victory Records in late 2011, McKinnon blamed the album's delay on simply having too much material. He has more to say here.

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