All That Remains Upcoming CD Title ‘Overcome’ For Late Summer Release

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(New York, NY) – Road warriors All That Remains have been holed up in a studio for the past month recording their fourth release. The new album, entitled OVERCOME, is set for a late summer release and is being produced by Jason Suecof (Trivium, Chimaira, Black Dahlia Murder). ATR frontman Phil Labonte commented, “I’m really excited about this disc. It’s a pretty different sound than our last one. It’s shaping up to have a more biting tone. It’s got tons of double bass, like twenty guitar solos and more hooks. It’s a much darker record than THE FALL OF IDEALS and it’s gonna reshape what people think when they think of All That Remains.” Immediately following the completion of the album, All That Remains will join the Warped tour in progress for a three-week North American run. This will be the band’s first Warped tour. (Please see below for dates.)

Released in July, 2006, All That Remains’ last studio release, THE FALL OF IDEALS, has sold over 175,000 units to date.

Metal bible Kerrang said the album, “bears all the hallmarks of a classic…the musicianship is stunning… ruthlessly precise and powerful”, while Metal Hammer stated, “Track after track, the band leave you breathless…”

Since All That Remains’ first album was released in 2002, the band has grown in leaps and bounds in every arena. They’ve gone from playing opening slots to headlining and selling out their own tours and playing major rock festivals domestically and abroad – Ozzfest, Sounds of the Underground, Wacken: Open Air. The first single from THE FALL OF IDEALS, “This Calling” could be heard all over the country on hard rock stations and the corresponding video could be seen on MTV and Fuse. The song also appeared in the major motion picture, “Saw 3.” “Six,” another track from the album is featured in the hit video game, “Guitar Hero 2.

ALL THAT REMAINS on Warped tour:

23 Mansfield, MA Tweeter Center
24 Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
25 Camden, NJ Susquehanna Bank Center
26 Uniondale, NY Nassau Coliseum
27 Scranton, PA Toyota Pavilion
28 Englishtown, NJ Raceway Park
29 Pittsburgh, PA Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake
30 Cincinnati, OH Riverbend Music Center
31 Noblesville, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center

1 Milwaukee, MI Marcus Ampitheatre
2 Tinley Park, IL First Midwest Bank Ampitheatre
3 Shakopee, MN Canterbury Park
5 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Center
6 Calgary, AB Race City Speedway
8 Napa, ID Idaho Center Ampitheater
9 George, WA Gorge Ampitheater
10 St.

Helens, OR Columbia Meadows
13 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
14 Chula Vista Coors Ampitheater
15 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Ampitheatre
16 Marysville, CA Sleep Train Ampitheatre
17 Carson, CA The Home Depot Center

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  • Robert Utter

    ALL THAT REMAINS is FUCKIN ASWOME i cant wait till their new cd comes out i thought THE FALL OF IDEALS was bad ass but now OVERCOME seems to be one bad ass cd looks like we’ll see when it comes out

  • dick

    thats baddass. seems like the trend for a few bands is poppy chorus’. they are so so, singing and lyrics are so so

    the standouts for this band is really the music. The guitarist are amazing.

  • Scott

    The new album has a lot of catchy vocals but it shows off that Phil can actually sing pretty well. And Oli Herbert is a maniac on guitar. He’s like the david gilmour of metal, the way he plays.

  • Nelson

    I’m listening to the Overcome album atm and I have to say the band really deviated from the metal genre to more of a hard melodic rock.

    I noticed the change from This Darkened Heart to The Fall of Ideals, and I gladly accepted it because Phil’s increase in melodic singing actually sound pretty good when mixed with his screams and low-hoarse singing (previously proven as well in This Darkened Heart, but less played), and the solos were awesome (though noticeably a lot shorter than This Darkened Heart).

    For Overcome, they are not what I used to like about them. Phil sings a lot in this one, and his screams aren’t really scream, but more of an accompany of singing. Phil also barely goes low in this one. As for the guitars, it lacks a lot to what it formerly was; kinda like they ran out of good ideas, and the solos lacks a lot of what made This Darkened Heart and The Fall of Ideals my favorite albums. Sounds kinda like rock with what I would call generic-metal-solos.

    My rating would be ‘C’, not because of what it is, but what it is compared to what it was.