Oh yeah, and frontman, Jeremy McKinnon made a guest appearance on Pawn Stars.
- Jeremy McKinnon - Vocals
- Alex Shelnutt - Drums
- Kevin Skaff - Lead guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
- Neil Westfall - Rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Joshua Woodard - Bass guitar
- Tom Denney - Lead guitar, backing vocals
- Bobby Scruggs - Drums
- Brandon Roberts - Drums
- And Their Name Was Treason (2005)
- For Those Who Have Heart (2007)
- Homesick (2009)
- What Seperates Me From You (2010)
- Common Courtesy (2013)
- Bad Vibrations (2016)
Tropes associated with ADTR:
- Audience Participation Song: They have a lot of these.
- Careful with That Axe
- Cover Version: Of "Cable Car" by The Fray and "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Pretty much a given for any morally upright artist in a genre famous for Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll
- Honor Before Reason / Revenge Before Reason: In spite of being outnumbered and outgunned, the protagonist in the music video for All Signs Point To Lauderdale takes a piss on his soon-to-be-stolen sandwich just to tick off the bully.
- "I Want" Song: "All Signs Point to Lauderdale," which is about the narrator wanting to get out of a bad situation and find something to stand for.
- And,of course,"All I Want".
- Love Nostalgia Song: "If It Means A Lot to You"
- Metal Scream
- Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Generally a 7-8
- A standard 9 on their first album, also soft 10 on the song "1958"
- Neoclassical Punk Zydeco Rockabilly: It certainly is something.
- Never My Fault: In You Be Tails And I'll Be Sonic "You killed what was left of the good in me—I'm tired, so let me be broken..." soon to be subverted, however, by "look down at the mess in front of me, no other words need be spoken. I got nobody else to blame though I try..."
- Serious Business: Played for Laughs in the music video for "I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of" with the guys playing kickball against little kids. And it guest spots Mike Hranica of The Devil Wears Prada being a Large Ham.
- Self-Parody: The Homesick and What Separates Me From You web series. The former is a parody of The Real World.
- Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll: Averted. They're straight edge.
- This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: The ending of "Right Back At It Again".