A Day To Remember and Victory Records were set to meet in court today for a verdict that would decide whether or not fans would see and hear the release of Common Courtesy on October 8th. PropertyOfZack has received word from trusted sources however that that the court hearing was postponed to a date that has not yet been set.
It is unclear when both parties will meet in court again (though the band does have an off date from the House Party Tour on October 7th), and what exactly that means for the release of the long-awaited album. It is believed that if the court does not make a decision before October 8th, that the album will not be released on its set date.
POZ is actively checking with our sources and we are also monitoring court and public records for more information, but for now you can read our earlier coverage with Victory Records’ lawyer (via AltPress), original statements from the band and label issued upon the public discovery of the lawsuit, our original rundown of the lawsuit, and more below!
Judgement Day: Will ‘Common Courtesy’ Be Released Next Week?