A Day To Remember Frontman Was Terrified Making New Album

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(TeamRock Radio) A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon approached the band's sixth album Bad Vibrations with terror - and that's how the record got its name.

His concerns came from having no material to present to his bandmates when the time came to start work on the follow-up to 2013's Common Courtesy, which will be released on August 19.

McKinnon tells RockSound: "The record is called Bad Vibrations because that's what I was feeling at the time, stuck in this weird, high-stress mindset every day. I was terrified. I went in to record with nothing much to offer - hardly anything that I was excited about."

He adds: "I've never had a problem with pushing other people's expectations aside, but it became a real issue. Thankfully the other guys stepped in and brought some great stuff to the table." Read more here.

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