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Victim to Villain

New Years Day

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Love it!!!

This is definitely their best album and you can see the incredible evolution since their first cd and their Ep. Is imply love it!

Come such a long way

Since I first started listening to them, NYD has come so far. This new album is great and showcases their talent. And having my favourite frontman, Chris Motionless, on Angel Eyes is just icing on the cake :)

Wish they had stick with the style of My Dear

Not that this is bad per say, but I don't like it. I really liked their first album My Dear and the EP Razor. This simply is not the same New Years Day. They completely changed style (and band member), this is a completely different band. It's not an evolution, it's too brutal. It's simply another band and I will have to ignore their newer release. Too bad.

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Anaheim, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Perhaps calling their band "Fall Out Girl" would have been a bit too on the nose, but the Orange County act New Years Day undeniably sound like the melodic and commercial pop-punk of Fall Out Boy — whose lead singer, Patrick Stump, and bassist, Pete Wentz, were early supporters — fronted by a young Gwen Stefani wannabe. (Not the recent gimmicky dance-pop Gwen, mind you, but Tragic Kingdom-vintage Gwen.) New Years Day formed in 2005 when bassist and primary songwriter Adam Lohrbach left...
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Victim to Villain, New Years Day
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jun 11, 2013

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