A Day to Remember have to be all smiles after a very successful first year for their 'Self Help' festival. The band staged the event at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, Calif., giving music lovers both an indoor and outdoor stage full of great bands to enjoy. And what a crowd it was as there were people lined up for blocks waiting to check out the lineup of bands.
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For a decade, A Day to Remember have mixed pop-punk with metalcore and hardcore to concoct an unlikely blend that has won over legions of fans. With their latest album 'Common Courtesy,' ADTR have come out swinging yet again, and the group has just put out an awesome video for 'Right Back at it Again.'
In its fifth year, the Epicenter festival turned its attention to old-school punk stalwarts and up-and-coming scenesters. With veterans like the Offspring, Bad Religion and Pennywise joined by A Day to Remember, Pierce the Veil, All Time Low and Falling in Reverse, the day offered good times and rapid-fire rock.
Day 1 of the Monster Energy Aftershock Festival, featuring Korn, Megadeth and Shinedown, would be a tough act to follow. But leave it to Avenged Sevenfold to lead a Day 2 attack that was nothing short of breathtaking.
We've got news on yet another awesome 2013 festival to share with you. The fifth annual Epicenter Festival has just announced the first part of its 2013 bill. The Offspring are set to headline the event, with Bad Religion, A Day to Remember, Pennywise and many more confirmed to occupy the rest of the fest's lineup.