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Formed: 1998
From: MA, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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All That Remains Confirmed for Wacken

ALL THAT REMAINS, fresh off the band's first headlining tour in the US, have been confirmed for Wacken Open-Air. Check it out online [ www.wacken.com] for all the details.

You can catch ALL THAT REMAINS on the band's headlining run throughout Europe with Misery Signals and Textures.

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All That Remains To Film Show For DVD

Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS, now out on its first ever North American headlining tour sponsored by Hot Topic, has announced that the band will film its Feb. 25 performance at Philadelphia's Theatre of the Living Arts for inclusion on the band's forthcoming DVD release. Tentatively scheduled for release later this year, ALL THAT REMAINS has been compiling footage for inclusion since the band's 2004 release, 'This Darkened Heart.'

Currently supporting the band's latest album, 'The Fall of Ideals,' ALL THAT REMAINS has already toured Europe twice for the record and will return at the end of March with Textures and Misery Signals, in addition to appearing on Ozzfest 2006 and touring Stateside with DragonForce and Killswitch Engage among others. The band's latest video, for the track "The Air That I Breathe," recently hit #1 on Music Choice's Videos On Demand programming, in addition to seeing exposure on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. The video can be seen online here.

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TTEOTD and All That Remains On Metal Injection

THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD and ALL THAT REMAINS are both featured on Metal Injection right now. The bands caught up with Robert and the Metal Injection crew at Saints and Sinners earlier in 2006.

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All That Remains, Misery Signals, Textures Tour

All That Remains, Misery Signals, and Textures will tour Europe in late-March and April. The following tour dates have been announced thus far:

29/03 Germany Berlin @ Magnet
30/03 Germany Leipzig @ Conne Island
31/03 Germany Bochum @ Matrix
01/04 Germany Karlsruhe @ Stadtmitte
03/04 Austria Wien @ Arena
04/04 Italy Padova @ Sottosopra Club
05/04 Switzerland Aarau @ Kiff
06/04 Germany Trier @ Exhaus
07/04 France Paris @ Batofar
20/04 Belgium Hasselt @ Muziek-O-Droom
21/04 Holland Amsterdam @ Melkweg (Power Fest)

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All That Remains Joined By Ex-Diecast Drummer

All That Remains has announced the addition of former Diecast drummer Jason Costa to their line-up. As you may recall, Costa left Diecast in November of 2005 following a disagreement regarding actor Brendan Frasier. The band comments: "Some of you may know Jason from his work with Diecast on Tearing Down Your Blue Skies. If not? Trust me, he's NASTY! So thanks to everyone who sent in a video and thanks to the guys who came and played with us!"

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All That Remains Comment On Sold Out UK Tour

Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS have returned from a sold-out tour of the United Kingdom alongside DragonForce and are currently taking a short break back home before gearing up for the band's first headling tour, set to begin Jan. 23. Support will come from Misery Signals with rotating appearances from Sanctity, Cellador, The Human Abstract and labelmates LIGHT THIS CITY.

"We just got back from our fourth UK tour and it was a great time," frontman Phil Labonte said. "This time we were lucky enough to go out with our great friends in DragonForce. This is our third tour with these guys so its like touring with old pals. Of course all the shows were sold out and a great time! Thanks to all our old friends for coming out and cheers to all the new cool people we met this time! We'll be back in March/April so make sure you come on out and buy us a drink!!"

Continuing to support the band's latest release, 'The Fall of Ideals,' ALL THAT REMAINS has had a busy year, already appearing on the second stage of Ozzfest, hitting Europe on Sounds of the Underground 2006, and opening for Killswitch Engage as well as touring with DragonForce both at home and abroad. In March and April ALL THAT REMAINS will head to Europe again to headline with support from Misery Signals and Textures.

MTV has also nominated the band's video for "This Calling" for video of the year on Headbangers Ball.

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All That Remains Checks In From The Road

Fresh off an overwhelmingly successful last minute 'secret show' sponsored by
MySpace.com at Hollywood's Key Club (photos available here), ALL THAT REMAINS frontman Phil Labonte has checked in from the road of the band's current
sold-out tour alongside Killswitch Engage. The Massachusetts-based metal band is continuing to support its hugely successful new album, 'The Fall of Ideals,' which saw a July 2006 release to coincide with ALL THAT REMAINS' run Stateside run on Ozzfest 2006.

"We had such a killer time at the KsE / Myspace secret show Monday night," Labonte says. "That was, hands down, the best show we've ever played in LA, so thanks a ton to everyone who made it happen and thanks to everyone who came down so early to check us out!"

Meanwhile, Labonte also commented on the current tour featuring ALL THAT REMAINS supporting Killswitch Engage, which sees veteran drummer Tim Yeung (Vital Remains, Hate Eternal) filling in on drums. "This tour is awesome, every night is great," he says. "Tim is tearing it up behind the kit, everyone in ATR has never felt better, all the other bands are great to hang out with and all the shows look like they're sold out! It-s an amazing time indeed! Thanks to everyone for comin' out and havin- a good time with us!"

ALL THAT REMAINS, upon completion of the Nov. 26 Spokane, WA date of the current tour, will depart for the United Kingdom to directly support DragonForce on a sold-out tour of England before returning again to Massachusetts before embarking on a North American headlining tour beginning in late January and continuing through February alongside Misery Signals and rotating slots from The Human Abstract, Cellador and Prosthetic Records labelmates LIGHT THIS CITY.

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All That Remains Plan Headlining US Tour

ALL THAT REMAINS will embark on a full North American headlining tour, beginning in late January. Support for the bill will come from Misery Signals, The Human Abstract and split support along the way from Cellador and labelmates LIGHT THIS CITY. The tour will be ALL THAT REMAINS' first full headlining tour in support of the band's new record, 'The Fall of Ideals,' after already landing spots on Sounds of The Underground Europe, Ozzfest 2006 earlier this year and dates across North America with DragonForce this fall. Tickets will be available Saturday, Nov. 18 from Artist Arena.

Released earlier this year to critical and commercial success, 'The Fall of Ideals' is the third release from ALL THAT REMAINS and was again produced by Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and features artwork by Travis Smith (Opeth, Iced Earth) as well as engineering help from Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork).

In the meantime, seasoned drummer Tim Yeung is temporarily filling in on ALL THAT REMAINS' current set of scheduled live dates alongside Killswitch Engage and a three-week tour with DragonForce throughout the United Kingdom in November and December. Yeung has already made his presence known in the metal world having showcased his playing with Hate Eternal, Decrepit Birth, Vital Remains and Aurora Borealis among others, as well as earning the World's Fastest Drummer title at the 2006 summer NAMM show in Austin, Texas earlier this year. More information on Yeung can be found at his official website.

Subsequently, ALL THAT REMAINS is currently seeking a full-time drummer to join the band upon returning to America in mid-December. Interested parties can inquire via the band's official MySpace page and message the band with the heading "attn: drummer." Links to videos of interested candidates playing "This Calling" and "The Weak Willed" from ALL THAT REMAINS' new album, 'The Fall of Ideals' are required.

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ATR, The Esoteric Nominated For Best Metal Video

Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS and Kansas' THE ESOTERIC have both been nominated for Best Metal Video of 2006 by MTV2's Headbanger's Ball and Revolver Magazine, who are teaming up to bring you the Best Metal Videos of 2006. The results will be announced during a special year-end edition of Headbanger's Ball in December.

ALL THAT REMAINS is nominated for the video "This Calling," directed by Frankie Nasso (Mudvayne, Hatebreed) of Raging Nation Films, while THE ESOTERIC are nominated for video for "Your New Burden," directed by Matt Bass of factory features. Fans can vote the videos here and then clicking on VOTE. Both videos can be viewed on the Prosthetic Records YouTube page as well. More...

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All That Remains Taps Tim Yeung, Seeks Drummer

Seasoned drummer Tim Yeung (Hate Eternal, Vital Remains) will temporarily join Massachusetts-based metal band ALL THAT REMAINS on the band's current set of scheduled live dates, including a run with fellow Bay Staters Killswitch Engage and a three-week tour with DragonForce throughout the United Kingdom in November and December. Yeung has already made his presence known in the metal world having showcased his playing with Hate Eternal, Decrepit Birth, Vital Remains and Aurora Borealis among others, as well as earning the World's Fastest Drummer title at the 2006 summer NAMM show in Austin, Texas earlier this year. More information on Yeung can be found at his official website (www.timyeung.com) or his MySpace page (www.myspace.com/TimYeung).

Subsequently, ALL THAT REMAINS is currently seeking a full-time drummer to join the band upon returning to America in mid-December. Interested parties can inquire via the band's official MySpace page and message the band with the heading "attn: drummer." Links to videos of interested candidates playing "This Calling" and "The Weak Willed" from ALL THAT REMAINS' new album, 'The Fall of Ideals' are required.

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All That Remains Post New Video Online

Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS has unveiled its newest music video, "The Air That I Breathe", at this location. Coming off the acclaimed new album "The Fall of Ideals", the clip was directed earlier this year in Southern California by video veteran Darren Doane (UNEARTH, EVERY TIME I DIE, DEFTONES). Behind-the-scenes still photos from the video shoot are also available at the Prosthetic Records web site.

The follow-up single to "This Calling", the video for "The Air That I Breathe" will debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" this tonight (Saturday, Nov. 4) and on Fuse's "Uranium" on Saturday, Nov. 11. Check local listings for times and channels.

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All That Remains Release Video For Saw III

Just in time for Saw III, All That Remains have released their video for “This Calling,” which is off of the soundtrack. You can watch the All That Remains video for “This Calling” here.

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Shadows Fall Drop Off Tour To Wrap Up Recording

Atlantic Recording Group Shadows Fall has reluctantly decided that the intensity of their current recording sessions has made it impossible for the band to hit the concert trail next month for their previously announced shows with Killswitch Engage and Bury Your Dead. The Springfield, MA-based rock outfit is hard at work in the studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Stone Sour, Rush) recording their highly anticipated Atlantic debut, due in early 2007.

"We are all very disappointed that we will not be able to hit the road with our friends in Killswitch Engage and Bury Your Dead," said Shadows Fall lead singer Brian Fair.

"Originally, we had hoped to complete the recording of our new album in time for the beginning of the tour on November 9th, but now it appears that will not be possible. New ideas have continued to surface and push the songs into new directions that we have to pursue. Making the best album possible is our number one priority and something we must focus on one hundred percent at this time. We sincerely apologize to all the people that planned on coming to see us at these shows, but our absence is no reason not to go and support this tour. Our bros from New England in Killswitch Engage and Bury Your Dead will be throwing it down the way only they can and this should not be missed by anyone!! We will keep you posted as we wrap up the album and make plans to get back on the road."

The Killswitch Engage/Bury Your Dead itinerary will begin as scheduled on November 9th at Tremont Music Hall in Charlotte, NC, with dates continuing through December 20th at Lupo's at The Strand in Providence, RI. Massachusetts' All That Remains will be part of the tour's lineup through the November 26th show at the Big Easy Concert House in Spokane, WA.

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All That Remains Play Oklahoma City

I got set to interview All That Remains at around 6:30 (video and transcript comming soon). Phil wasnt feeling well so I interviewed Oli. He was awesome and gave a good 10-minute interview.

I got on the front row literally 4-5 feet from the band and stage, which is an awesome way to see a concert. Horse the Band came on-stage first. They are a 5 piece (keyboardist being the odd part) and were all fairly young guys. I've heard of Horse before but had never found the time to listen to them. Unfortunatly they had mic problems and you could barely hear the singer, even with how close I was to the band. The music was good, but the keyboards were mediocre and made you wish they would just play music. In many songs they left space for a keyboard-solo, which was kind of boring. The crowd was pretty into them, especially during "Anti-pizza." They played a 6 song set, but during their last 2 songs the bass player's equipment broke, and caused a lot more problems. I felt bad for them, as they were quite decent despite the problems and keyboardist.

After a long pause to fix equipment and finally All That Remains got on stage. The crowd was totally into them, and it seemed like they should have been the headliners. They started off with "For Salvation" and Phil was really on fire. He was flying around the stage and playing to the crowd really well. He displayed a lot of charisma, which ignited the crowd. They promised a half-and-half 8 song set and really delivered. They played Death In My Arms, Air That I Breathe, It Dwells In Me, Weak Willed, Tattered on My Sleeve, This Darkened Heart and This Calling. The set was amazing and they left a 5 minute slot for Oli to show off his guitar prowess.

Unfortunatly I had work the next day and had to leave before Dragonforce got to play any songs. Thankfully I went for All That Remains and was not disapointed.

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All That Remains Book Some Headlining Dates

All That Remains have booked a number of headlining/festival dates for the near future, here's the schedule:
October 12th El Paso, TX - Chic's Bar & Billiards)
October 13th Lubbock, TX - Winchester Pavilion)
October 14th Fort Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater ("Ridglea Metalfest")
October 15th San Antonio, TX - White Rabbit)
October 29th Asbury Park, NJ - Convention Hall Complex ("Saints And Sinners Festival")
November 10th Batavia, NY - Genessee Community College (Feat. New Skin, A Thousand Shades Of Cold)
The band will follow it up by heading to the UK for their previously announced run with Dragonforce.

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Final Saw III Soundtrack Tracklisting Revealed

The current reigning champ of all of the horror film franchises – Saw – will have the third and most psychologically intense installment of the series – Saw III hit theaters on October 27th. Fans of the series will be excited to hear that the Saw III Soundtrack (Artists' Addiction Records) will feature twenty tracks from of some of the hardest, bone crushing rock bands on the planet including: Blue October, Slayer, Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, Ministry, and many others. Brand new exclusive tracks from Static X "No Submission," and Drowning Pool "No More," are stand out songs on the Saw III Soundtrack.

Saw III (Twisted Pictures & Lionsgate) stars Shawnee Smith and Tobin Bell. Jigsaw has disappeared. With his new apprentice Amanda (Shawnee Smith), the puppet-master behind the cruel, intricate games that have terrified a community and baffled police has once again eluded capture and vanished. While city detectives scramble to locate him, Doctor Lynn Denlon (Bahar Soomekh) and Jeff (Angus Macfayden) are unaware that they are about to become the latest pawns on his vicious chessboard.

Saw star Shawnee Smith makes a cameo singing backup vocals on Hydrovibe's track "Killer Inside" on the Saw III Soundtrack.

"I've am a huge fan of this band Hydrovibe!," commented Shawnee. "Heather St. Marie has a breathtakingly beautiful voice as powerful as my character in the Saw films: Amanda. I'm thrilled our female fan base has a movie and a soundtrack to sink our patent leather stilettos into."

Here is the final track listing for the Saw III soundtrack (as well as a couple of audio streams): More...

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Saw III Soundtrack Tracklisting, Release Revealed

Warcon Enterprises has set an October 24 release date for the "Saw III" soundtrack. The tentative list of tracks that are set to appear on the effort is as follows:

SLAYER - "Eyes Of The Insane" (exclusive remix)
MASTODON - "The Wolf Is Loose"
LAMB OF GOD - "Walk With Me In Hell"
HELMET - "Monochrome"
ALL THAT REMAINS - "This Calling"
DRAGONFORCE - "Fury Of The Storm"
CHARLIE CLOUSER - "Score Suite" (exclusive)
AS I LAY DYING - "Empty Hearts"
EVERY TIME I DIE - "Guitared & Feathered"
HYDROVIBE - "Killer Inside"
BLUE OCTOBER - "Drilled A Wire Through My Cheek"
OPIATE FOR THE MASSES - "Naked" (unreleased track)
DRY KILL LOGIC - "My Dying Heart" (unreleased track)

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This Week In Metal - August 31st, 2006 *Late*

Im aware of the fact that its a little late, and pushed closely together with TWIM for 9-8-06 but nonetheless I would hate to see you guys miss out on a week of news. So without further ado the records chart courtesy of CMJ :

22SlayerChrist Illusion 32
31SYLThe New Black41
44All That RemainsThe Fall of Ideals42
56The Human AbstractNocturne35
6-Bury Your DeadBeauty & The Breakdown26
7 *GwarBeyond Hell17
85UnearthIII: The Eyes Of Fire35
107Shadows FallFallout From The War41

Hatebreed becomes our third #1 ever, beyond Shadows Fall and SYL. It is amazing for them as a band to completly jump Slayer. All That Remains maybe just hitting stride in their young career, the success of this album and the sales and touring they are doing are pushing them over the top of their genre. Bury Your Dead returns to the chart with strong sales following a bouncey chart release. And the boys from Shadows Fall look like their run of 4 weeks in the chart might end as they slip to the #10 slot.

Onto the singles, courtesy of MusicMatch:

15Stone Sour30-30/15041
21UnearthThe Glorious Nightmare31
38SYLYou Suck33
43The Human AbstractCrossing the Rubicon22
54MastodonThe Wolf Is Loose24
69Shadows FallWill To Rebuild41
86Lamb of GodRedneck42
97All That RemainsThis Calling27

Not much change to the charts other then that of Stone Sour resurging to the #1 slot after never reaching it within the first four weeks. Between The Buried and Me makes a debut with Malpractice and the bottom of the chart holds strong with Slayer staying in the #10 slot. All four #1's in the charts 4 weeks remain, including the only 2 songs to be on all 4 weeks.

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All That Remains Reveal Next Single

Massachusetts-based metal act ALL THAT REMAINS has posted two additional tracks from the bands highly-acclaimed new record, The Fall of Ideals online. The band has added Not Alone and The Air I Breathe to its MySpace page; the latter will be the albums second single and video. The forthcoming music video will be filmed in early September in Southern California with veteran director Darren Doane (Every Time I Die, Atreyu).

The band is currently gearing up for a North American run; they will be providing direct support to British power-metallers DragonForce.

ALL THAT REMAINS scanned nearly 13,000 copies of The Fall of Ideals opening week, landing at #75 on the Billboard Top 200. Earning Kerrang!s perfect score of 5 Ks, The Fall of Ideals is the follow-up to 2004s This Darkened Heart which spawned three videos and took the band on the road alongside Gwar, Arch Enemy, and the inaugural run of Sounds of The Underground. More...

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This Week In Metal - August 24th, 2006

A third week, and to my surprise Slayer isn't number 1. Strapping Young Lad keeps the #1 spot for the second straight week. Meanwhile Slayer is at their heels and I would bet good money they takeover the top spot next week. Hatebreed's new album Supremecy could be the only thing that comes inbetween all of that but I highly doubt it. All That Remains holds strong as one of 4 bands that have stayed in the top 10 since TWIM was brought back. The second biggest highlight of the chart is the fact that All Shall Perish has broken thru and taken a spot inside the top 10. I've been a fan of these boys for a while and its amazing to see their name share spots with the likes of Shadows Fall and Unearth. And now for the chart courtesy of CMJ :

11Strapping Young LadThe New Black31
2*SlayerChrist Illusion 12
42All That RemainsThe Fall of Ideals32
57UnearthIII: The Eyes of Fire25
610Human AbstractNocturne26
7 3Shadows FallFallout From the War31
94Between the Buried and MeThe Anatomy Of34
10*All Shall PerishThe Price Of Exsistance110

And now for the tunes, with a drastic change in this weeks chart. Unearth jumps from seven to first, while Slayer's Cult drops from first to tenth. Only six songs stayed on the chart, while we had four really strong debuts from great bands. Hatebreed, Mastodon and the new ATR single. Not to mention the ever-growing popularity of Human Abstract debuts. The singles chart is always shaky as the seeming flavor of the week is always ahead here, and now for the music, courtesy of MusicMatch:

17UnearthThe Glorious Nightmare21
2*The Human AbstractCrossing The Rubicon12
4*MastodonThe Wolf Is Loose14
54Stone Sour30-30/15032
62Lamb of GodRedneck32
7*All That RemainsThis Calling17
810Strapping Young LadYou Suck28
93Shadows FallWill To Rebuild31

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