A Day to Remember: Bad Vibes Tour

Florida rockers A Day To Remember hit Brisbane’s Riverstage on the 18th of December, in support of their forthcoming album Bad Vibrations.

A Day Remember last toured down under as part of the Big Ass Tour in 2015, with their mates The Amity Affliction, Motionless In White & Hands like Houses.

Just before their Aussie comeback, A Day To Remember had lost one of their supporting acts; Of Mice & Men.

Florida rockers A Day To Remember hit Brisbane’s Riverstage on the 18th of December, in support of their forthcoming album Bad Vibrations.

A Day Remember last toured down under as part of the Big Ass Tour in 2015, with their mate The Amity Affliction, Motionless In White & Hands like Houses.

Just before their Aussie comeback, A Day To Remember had lost one of their supporting acts; Of Mice & Men.

The Orange County metalcore band were forced to axe the remainder of their European tour dates back in October, after the singer Austin Carlile underwent surgery to fix multiple tears that had developed in his spine.

In an official statement, the band say they took every measure possible to continue touring, but in the end health had to be put first “to ensure they longevity of Austin and the band. Due to Austin’s ongoing recovery from recent surgeries, Of Mice & Men are saddened to announce that they will no longer be able to join A Day To Remember on their Australian tour,” say the group.

However there is always sunshine after a storm as Alanta metalocre act Issues have put their hearts together to replace OM&M on ADTR’s Bad Vibes Aussie Adventure, making their first down under tour dates since supporting The Amity Affliction back in 2014.

Aussie punk poppers Tonight Alive warmed up the stage as this tour marked their first live performance  on their home turf since they released their poppier third album, Limitless.

” I couldn’t think of a better night than tonight, I have been waiting for this concert since they had announced their Australian tour in June.” says metalcore fans Francois and Darian

“I just cant believe I was able to see my two favourite bands in one night, Im just over the moon!” exclaims Francois.

Just after ADTR’s Australian tour, their Bad Vibrations album was featured in Alternate Press ‘The best 30 albums of 2016’ stating the band’s ability to juggle all of their ideas in a brand new, uncomfortable yet creative environment. And still find new ways to move their sound forward, has resulted their best album since Homesick.

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