My favorite song off this album is easily Exposed. That's a personal preference thing because it's the heaviest song on there. The guitar riff that permeates the whole song plus the drumming work together so well with McKinnon's voice. It's also my favorite chorus on the album as well. The mix of screaming and smooth vocals just blend into something that works. It's also one of the few songs that doesn't feel the guitars are just chugging along in the background and actually have purpose. It definitely stands out on the album.
Other songs on this album don't really fare as well. Most aren't really that bad, just generic. You have your slower and smoother ballady tracks, and you have your chuggy pop punk songs that are just heavy enough to not come off as whiny. Which is basically where A Day To Remember find their niche. That's not really a negative thing. Like I said I get the appeal of the band and their sound but it mostly isn't for me.
If you feel like pop punk isn't heavy enough for you but hardcore/metalcore/deathcore are too heavy and loud for you this band presents an interesting crossroads. It's difficult to really build a brand in the intersection of genres that are inherently at odds with eachother but A Day To Remember have done just that and this blend continues with Bad Vibrations. There's a lot to like on this album, most of the choruses are catchy and will stick with you. The breakdowns and heavier guitar work at times at least can offer something to break through the smoothness of it all. It may not appeal to all but it will appeal to a lot. At the very least if you have a remote interest in either genre, or both, this album is worth a listen.