Court ruling allows A Day to Remember to self-release “Common Courtesy”

Court ruling allows A Day to Remember to self-release “Common Courtesy”

After finally winning their almost two year long court case against Victory Records, A Day to Remember announced at a recent festival performance that they will self-release their anticipated new album Common Courtesy, which will be released digitally on their official website on its original planned release date, October 8th. The band’s manager issued the following statement:

“A federal judge today ruled that A Day To Remember are free to release their new album Common Courtesy without Victory Records. In an Order issued earlier today, U.S District Court Judge John Z. Lee denied Victory Records’ Motion for a Preliminary Injunction in which Victory had sought to block the band from releasing this new album without Victory’s involvement.

In a statement this evening the band offered: “In May of 2011 we joined the long list of bands that have filed suit against Victory Records.  Although our case is still ongoing, we are very pleased with the judge’s decision to allow us to release our next record. The only thing that has mattered to us while dealing with this lawsuit was getting new music to our fans. We are finally going to do that on October 8th and we couldn’t be more excited!”

Common Courtesy is only available digitally at and will be released Tuesday, October 8th.”

Common Courtesy serves as a follow-up to 2010’s What Separates Me From You.

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