A recent high school graduate, Cody Saltsman plans to pursue a career in physical or respiratory therapy. In his free time, Cody Saltsman enjoys playing football, star gazing, and listening to his favorite band, A Day to Remember.
Formed in Ocala, Florida, in 2003, A Day to Remember plays a blend of emo, metal, and hardcore music that many of its fans refer to as “pop mosh.” The original five-member band consisted of Jeremy McKinnon on vocals, Neil Westfall and Tom Denney on guitar, Joshua Woodard on bass, and Bobby Scruggs on drums. The band released its first full-length album, And Their Name Was Treason, in 2005, but it only sold a few thousand copies.
The album did, however, attract the attention of the prominent Chicago-based Victory Records, and the band went on to release three more albums under the Victory label with its new drummer Alex Shelnutt and new guitarist Kevin Skaff, who previously played with Four Letter Lie. Following a dispute with Victory Records, A Day to Remember self-released its latest album, Common Courtesy, in 2013.
The band is currently on tour in the United Kingdom and will return to the United States for shows starting in December. For a list of upcoming show dates and locations, visit http://www.adtr.com.
student, Cody Saltsman is a rock music fan. Cody Saltsman has attended concerts such as the Warped Tour, and his favorite band is A Day To Remember.
American rock band A Day To Remember announced the limited edition vinyl release of their latest album Common Courtesy. The original album, which featured such songs as City of Ocala, I’m Already Gone, and End of Me, was released on November 25, 2013 and sold 92,000 units within the first week. The vinyl will be made available at retail stores like Hot Topic, as well as online at the band’s official website, http://www.adtr.com. To add to the special release, the band created three different vinyl jackets with variation in colors denoting where the album was purchased.
Fans looking to see the band in concert can find them at various venues worldwide. A Day To Remember will join the Kubana Festival in Veselovka, Russia on August 19th and the Leeds Festival located in the United Kingdom three days later. The band will return stateside to perform in Sterling Heights, Michigan on September 6th.
A recent high school graduate, Cody Saltsman enjoys attending extreme sports festivals and music concerts. Cody Saltsman’s favorite band is A Day To Remember.
In September 2014, A Day To Remember, a pop-metal group from Ocala, Florida, announced its return to the United Kingdom as part of the All Signs Point to Britain 2014 Tour. The concert series kicks off in late fall and will make appearances in eight cities. Among the stops are Guildhall in Portsmouth on November 12th, Corn Exchange in Edinburgh on November 18th, and Rock City in Nottingham on November 19th. O2 Academy is also slated to host the tour in Leeds, Sheffield, and Newcastle. The band will promote songs from their most recent self-released album, Common Courtesy, which made its debut in November 2013.
To learn more about the band and to purchase tickets to the All Sign Point to Britain 2014 Tour, visit http://www.adtr.com.