A Day to Remember established themselves as one of the pioneers in modern hardcore music in 2005 with their debut album, And Their Name Was Treason. Over the last 15 years, they’ve released eight records, accumulating well over a billion streams on Spotify. Showcasing post-hardcore, melodic metalcore, and pop punk, ADTR have secured their place in fans’ hearts with impactful lyrics and signature breakdowns.
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A lot can happen in 15 years, and A Day to Remember continue to prove that experimentation and evolution is the key to longevity. With Jeremy McKinnon’s distinct vocals and chugging guitars that fans have grown to love, ADTR have continued to evolve, turning themselves into a staple of modern rock music.
Here are A Day to Remember’s albums ranked, from worst to best.
Every A Day to Remember album ranked
See our ranking of A Day to Remember’s entire discography, from classics to more recent releases, below.