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Here Are 6 Of Jeremy McKinnon’s Best Guest Vocal Appearances

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 17 December 2018 at 16.21

The voice of A Day To Remember has never just let his talents stay within the band. Here are some of this appearances on other band's tracks that deserve just as many plaudits.

Today is A Day To Remember frontman Jeremy McKinnon's birthday! To celebrate, we're taking a look at some of the best songs he's popped up in, starting with...
 

AUGUST BURNS RED - 'GHOSTS'
ABR's 'Found In Far Away Places' still stands up as one of the band's most impressively diverse and gloriously punshing offerings to date and an appearance from Jezza on this slow building epic is the more than a cherry on top. Air guitars always welcome.



FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS - 'NIGHTMARES'
Released at the height of Rise Record's reign as the home of post-hardcore, FTFD's second album features an appearance from Jeremy also at the top of his game off the back of the release of ADTR's now classic offering 'Homesick'.



IN FEAR AND FAITH - 'STRENGTH IN NUMBERS'
Appearing on an album that also included an appearance from Chiodos' Craig Owens, In Fear And Faith's brilliantly dramatic debut was made all the better with our Jeremy sticking his distinctive tones all over a tune. 



NECK DEEP - 'KALI MA'
Aside from heading up the mixing desk alongside Andrew Wade Jeremy got himself in the vocal booth and delivered not one but TWO performances that would then appear on Neck Deep's masterstroke, one being this homage to Indiana Jones and the other the concluding growl on 'Gold Steps'. If you manage to not sing along we owe you a hot dog and a diet coke. 



MEST - 'RADIO (SOMETHING I BELIEVED)'
When these legends of the mid 00's pop-punk scene released their first album in 8 years back in 2013 in the form of 'Not What You Expected', no-one expected Jeremy to pop up on the record's first pummelling track. Life is full of surprises.



PIERCE THE VEIL - 'CARAPHERNELIA'
The word iconic may get thrown around a lot in 2018, but back in 2011 it was entirely justifed when this collab popped up. All together now... "WHAT IF I CAN'T FORGET YOOOOOOOOOOU"

 

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