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Massachusetts metalcore band All That Remains has just released a new video for the song "Victory Lap" taken from the band's latest album, The Order Of Things, which came out in February this year via Razor & Tie. The new album saw the band return after three years of silence. You can enjoy the song and live video at this location or below.
All That Remains drummer Jason Costa has to take a short break from the band after suffering a dental injury onstage. The mishap happened when part of a stick that broke off of his snare shot up and hit him in the mouth. Sounds painful! The band has asked Whitechapel drummer Ben Harclerode to play in his stead while Costa recovers and undergoes a small procedure.
All That Remains have shared another new song from their impending album. The metalcore group premiered their new single titled "This Probably Won't End Well." If you want to hear the second song off of The Order Of Things, click play on the clip below. Do you like what you heard of the album so far?
American metallers All That Remains have shared a new song online. Two years have passed since the metalcore outfit released A War You Cannot Win. "No Knock" is the brand new song that you can now stream in the YouTube clip below. The track should appear on the band's next album, which was recorded with producer Josh Wilbur and is planned for a 2015 release via Razor & Tie. For now, you can listen to the new song below.
All That Remains' new music video for "Stand Up", the first from A War You Cannot Win, has premiered online. The video was directed by P.R. Brown (Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine, Marilyn Manson) and was shot on location at Phil's ranch in New Hampshire. You can now watch it here. A War You Cannot Win was released through Razor & Tie on November 6th.
Metalcore outfit All That Remains has released their new album A War You Cannot Win yesterday, November 6th, through Razor & Tie and the full album is now available for streaming online. Listen to all the tracks from the album at AOL Music here.
"Stand Up", another new song from American metalcore band All That Remains is now available for streaming at Loudwire.com. The song will be featured on the band's upcoming effort entitled A War You Cannot Win, penned for release on November 6th. It will also be released as a single via iTunes on September 24th. More details about the album can be found here and here.
"Down Through The Ages", a brand new song from US metalcore band All That Remains has recently been uploaded by vocalist Philip Labonte to his YouTube channel and you can listen to it below. The track comes from ATR's forthcoming new album A War You Cannot Win. The new effort is expected to be released in September through Razor & Tie/Prosthetic Records and the band promises to release more new tracks soon.
Finally some news from the All That Remains camp. The US metalcore act has just announced that their new album will be entitled A War You Can Not Win. The band has been working alongside producer Adam Dutkiewicz (The Devil Wears Prada, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage) and the upcoming new effort is expected to be released sometime in September through Razor & Tie/Prosthetic Records. That is all for now.
US metalcore band All That Remains has revealed their brand new video, available for viewing below. The clip is for "Hold On" from the upcoming album For We Are Many set to release on October 12 via Prosthetic Records / Razor & Tie. The video was directed by Ramon Boutviseth (Trivium, Dream Theater, Incubus).
For We Are Many is now available for streaming in its entirety on the band's MySpace page. Go check it out and feel free to report your thoughts!
"Hold On", a brand new song from US metallers All That Remains, is available for streaming at this location on Youtube.
"Hold On" comes off the band's forthcoming album, For We Are Many, is scheduled for release on October 12 via Prosthetic Records/Razor & Tie. Everything you need to know about this album was previously reported here.
All That Remains will release their forthcoming album, entitled For We Are Many, on October 12th through Prosthetic Records / Razor & Tie. The album was recorded this spring at Zing Studios in Massachusetts and produced by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz, who also handled This Darkened Heart and The Fall Of Ideals.
Vocalist Phil Labonte commented: "Fans of Overcome won't be disappointed, but the disc will also offer new twists and turns."
All That Remains will be touring with As I Lay Dying and Unearth in September and October. Fans can expect additional headlining dates around the release of For We Are Many. The band will then head to Europe for dates in November and December.
As I Lay Dying will be hitting the road in the next coming months, starting September all the way to November. First up is a tour of the USA and Canada, with support from All That Remains, label mates Unearth, and Carnifex. Afterwards the band will go to Europe, embarking on a tour with Heaven Shall Burn, plus Suicide Silence on selected dates. These live shows can be found here. The North American dates are listed below.
As I Lay Dying: USA & Canada Tour (with All That Remains, Unearth and Carnifex):
14-09-2010 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
15-09-2010 - Odessa, TX - Dos Amigos
16-09-2010 - Abilene, TX - Midnight Rodeo
17-09-2010 - Little Rock, AR - The Village (no All That Remains)
18-09-2010 - Memphis, TN - New Daisy Theatre