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All That Remains will dub the band's upcoming album 'The Fall of Ideals.' The Springfield, Mass.-based band is in the studio with Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork) recording songs that will appear on the album, the follow-up to 2004's 'This Darkened Heart.' The record is scheduled for a July 11 release and will feature art from renowned artist Travis Smith (Opeth, Iced Earth). The band has set up an in-studio photo blog to keep fans up to date on the progress of the new record.
Coinciding with the release date, the band will make its first appearance on the illustrious Ozzfest tour throughout the United States in July and August. “You can’t be a metal band and not be psyched to be on Ozzfest," vocalist Phil Labonte said. The band will also again return overseas for the 2006 edition of Sounds of the Underground Europe, having toured the US for last year's edition of Sounds of the Underground.
ALL THAT REMAINS on tour: More...
All That Remains drummer Shannon Lucas has posted the following update on the band's website:
"Sorry its been so long since the last update. We've been hard at work in the studio finishing up our new record that should drop around around July. We entered Zing studios in Ma. on March 06 with Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and Peter Witchers (ex-Soilwork) to record our third release on Prosthetic Records. So someone hacked the message board on the site so its currently busted and we are gettting that taken care of soon and the online merch page is also down. Sorry! All this should be fixed soon and this boring website will be overhauled and updated. In the mean time Ive updated the tour date page so you will know what we are up to. More news to come! <3 Shannon atr"
All That Remains will be on the second stage at Ozzfest, which features Ozzy Osbourne, System of a Down, Disturbed, Black Label Society, and more.
The initial dates for Ozzfest 2006 have been announced. The tour dates are as follows:
Jul. 01 - San Francisco, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheater
Jul. 02 - Sacramento, CA @ Sleep Train Amphitheater
Jul. 07 - Phoenix, AZ @ Cricket Pavilion
Jul. 08 - San Bernardino, CA @ Hyundai Pavilion
Jul. 14 - Kansas City, KS @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Jul. 15 - St. Louis, MO @ UMB Bank Pavilion
Jul. 16 - Chicago, IL @ First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Jul. 19 - Detroit, MI @ DTE Music Energy Center
Jul. 21 - Columbus, OH @ Germain Amphitheatre
Jul. 22 - East Troy, WI @ Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Jul. 23 - Indianapolis, IN @ Verizon Wireless Music Center
Jul. 26 - Scranton, PA @ Toyota Pavilion
Jul. 27 - Buffalo, NY @ Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
Jul. 29 - New York, NY @ Randall's Island
Jul. 30 - Hartford, CA @ New England Dodge Music Center
Aug. 01 - Boston, MA @ Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
Aug. 04 - Camden, NJ @ Tweeter Center at The Waterfront
Aug. 05 - Bristow, VA @ Nissan Pavilion
Aug. 06 - Virginia Beach, VA @ Verizon Virginia Beach
Aug. 09 - Raleigh, NC @ Alltel Pavilion
Aug. 13 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Sound Advice Amphiheatre
To recap, the official lineup for this year's Ozzfest is as follows:
OZZY OSBOURNE (10 shows only)
SYSTEM OF A DOWN
**Major main-stage band to be announced on May 23
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
Second Stage (rotating):
A LIFE ONCE LOST
STRAPPING YOUNG LAD
THE RED CHORD
FULL BLOWN CHAOS
WALLS OF JERICHO
ALL THAT REMAINS
BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME
Here is the lineup for Ozzfest 2006 according to a posting on Ozzfest.com, a few hours prior to the previously announced 9 p.m. EST:
System of A Down
Black Label Society
A Life Once Lost
Strapping Young Lad
The Red Chord
Full Blown Chaos
Walls of Jericho
All That Remains
Between The Buried and Me
A major mainstage act is also said to be announced on May 23rd. There's much speculation of this being Metallica, although their record label and the band have denied those rumors. The full press release posted on Ozzfest.com follows. More...
Massachusetts' ALL THAT REMAINS have been tapped to play this summer's Sounds of The Underground Europe 2006 tour. Heading back to Europe, the band will join metal and hardcore giants Chimaira, Madball, Unearth, Terror, and Manntis. "We're pretty pumped...we're excited for this tour," frontman Phil Labonte said. "Chimaira’s great, we played a month with them back in the States in August. They're really sweet, fun dudes. That’s what you want, especially when you're traveling to a foreign country: good, kind people always looking to have some fun."
Labonte also admits that Europe brings a different flair to the All That Remains live show. "The Euorpean crowds are a little different [from US crowds]," he continued. "The past two times we've been there, with Killswitch Engage and Trivim, the kids, on average, seem to get a little more excited about shows, so it's kind of refreshing."
All That Remains is currently recording the follow-up to 2004's 'This Darkened Heart' with Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage) and Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork) at Zing Studios, and the Sounds of the Underground Europe tour are set to be the first live dates for the band upon completion of recording.
ALL THAT REMAINS tour dates
(European Sounds of the Underground 2006)
5/10 Manchester, UK – Academy
5/11 Glasgow, UK – QMU
5/12 London, UK – FORM
5/13 Tillburg, Holland – Q13
5/14 Brussles, Belgium – AB Club
5/15 Dusseldorf, Germany – Stahlwerk
5/16 Hamburg, Germany – Markethalle
5/18 Stuttgart, Germany – Longhorn
5/19 Weisbald, Germany – Schlachthof
5/20 Munich, Germany – New Backstage
5/21 Vienna, Austria – Arena
5/22 Milan, Italy – Rolling Stone
5/23 Zurich, Switzerland – Roshoflager
5/24 Fri Borg, Switzerland – Fri Son
Massachusetts' All That Remains has entered Zing Studios to begin tracking music that will become the follow-up to 2004's 'This Darkened Heart.' Scheduled to stay in the studio into the early part of April, the band will be laying down 12 songs, including "This Calling," a song the band debuted on its recent tour alongside Arch Enemy, and an updated take on "Follow," a track from the band's debut record, 'Behind Silence and Solitude.'
"We’re now at the point where we're the band I always wanted to us to be," Vocalist Phil Labonte says. "Musically, we’re capable of doing what I originally wanted to do. As musicians, we can all live up to that, so this will be like a fresh look at that older material. It’s a cool chance to make right some stuff after it didn't get the treatment it should have originally."
The forthcoming album will also mark the recording debut of two new All That Remains members, Shannon Lucas on drums, and Jeanne Sagan playing bass. "People aren’t even ready for what the next record is gonna have," Labonte continues. "People have a certain idea of what this band is and when they hear the new stuff with Shannon and Jeanne, it will completely and totally be a new approach to our same style. The riffs and sound are similar, but you take the song dynamics, and these layers we're doing, and it's now a completely different animal. It’s almost like a new way to look at an old friend."
Production for the yet-untitled album is being handled by Adam Dutkiewicz (Killswitch Engage), who was responsible for the sound of the critically-lauded 'This Darkened Heart.' Peter Wichers (ex-Soilwork) will be in the studio with Dutkiewicz and the band to handle guitars production. Travis Smith (Iced Earth, Opeth) will handle the album's artwork. Meanwhile, Labonte has started a photo blog to keep fans updated through the recording process here.
Ex-ALL THAT REMAINS and SCAR CULTURE members have formed a new band. The as-yet-unnamed group are currently seeking a drummer. All serious applicants should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You must be willing to drive to the Springfield, MA area.
After emerging as this year's Ozzfest breakthrough artist, ARCH ENEMY now prepares to conquer the U.S. once again this November on a stellar headlining tour with ALL THAT REMAINS, MNEMIC and A PERFECT MURDER in the support slots. The trek, which kicks off on November 11 and runs through December 1, will be the group's first headlining run in support of their critically acclaimed new album, "Doomsday Machine", which debuted at #87 on The Billboard 200 chart. The anticipation surrounding the group's return to the U.S. has been nothing short of phenomenal, as their new disc rapidly approaches the 50,000 SoundScan plateau.
As previously reported, ARCH ENEMY have recruited Fredrik Åkesson as a replacement for Chris Amott (guitar) for the continued "Doomsday Machine" touring campaign. Åkesson has lent his awesome guitar talent to such varied artists such as TALISMAN, JOHN NORUM, KRUX, TIAMAT and his own (now defunct) group, SOUTHPAW.
ARCH ENEMY start their European tour in Paris at the Bataclan on October 2. The band's "Doomsday Machine" album entered the official German Top 100 chart at position No. 34. The CD was co-produced by the band and Rickard Bengtsson at Slaughterhouse Studio in Sweden and was mixed by Andy Sneap at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, U.K.
ARCH ENEMY w/ ALL THAT REMAINS, MNEMIC, A PERFECT MURDER:
Nov. 11 - Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ
Nov. 13 - House Of Blues – Hollywood, CA
Nov. 14 - Slim’s – San Francisco, CA
Nov. 16 - Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO
Nov. 18 - White Rabbit – San Antonio, TX
More dates will be added soon.
ALL THAT REMAINS’ THIS DARKENED HEART is, for the first time, available on vinyl. It comes on two records, and the artwork looks amazing. It’s available now, and will be up in Prosthetic Records eStore soon.
ALL THAT REMAINS will also be part of the Hurricane Katrina benefit show at Cabot Street Pub in Chicopee, Mass. on Saturday, Oct. 22. Music for the benefit begins at 1:30 pm (doors at 12:30), going late into the night, with raffles for items throughout the day to help raise money. All proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross for continuing Hurricane Katrina aid and relief.
ALL THAT REMAINS will headline the event, and be joining The Knockouts, Swill Merchants, Aequilibra, Cobalt, Outfall, MOV, Chuck Brunswick, Ligeia Novella, Under Falling Skies and Death Threat to raise money along with sponsors Red Rocket Records, Nitemare Tattoo, Mass Concerts, The Board Room, Prosthetic Records, Victory Records, Ferret Records, Fine Art Cloning, Music Outlet, Millbrook Wines & Liquors, Ibanez Guitars, Platterpus Records, and Now Here Fast. Sponsors will be providing items for raffle, with the money raised that evening being donated to the ongoing fight for recovery in the devastated Gulf Coast area after Hurricane Katrina.
Tickets are available at Red Rocket Records, Nitemare Tattoo, Platterpus Records, Music Outlet, and at the Cabot Street Pub, 66 Cabot St., Chicopee, MA. For more information, contact Scott Lee at 413-543-0080 or at email@example.com.
Reflux has issued an update about the recently wrapped European tour:
"The tour was nothing short of the coolest fucking tour we have ever done in our lives. While the overnight/all day drives through European hell was some of the most brutal transporting of our bodies we have ever done, the shows w/ Darkest Hour and Beecher made everything worth it and then some. Not to mention travelling through so many amazing countries and seeing things thousands of years old added to the overall experience that was the Undoing Ruin 2005 Tour. We will definitely be headed back to Europe as soon as we can in 2006. For now, we are taking some time off from the road to write for our next record. Our next tour for certain is a Prosthetic Records Tour in the states w/ All That Remains and The Esoteric starting Nov 18 that will take us out to Cali and back. There will also be a Toronto and Montreal show for all you awesome Canadian people. We will be posting some pics and other stuff we promised that are long overdue soon. And if you ordered merch from our webstore and haven't gotten it, we're on it!! Thanks for caring. You Rule, <3 the flux"
As previously reported, Reflux have announced three tour dates in the States so far:
10/28 Lynchburg, VA - CVCC
10/29 Fredericksburg, VA - KC's
11/05 St. Louis, MO - The Creepy Crawl (Calico System)
In light of the recent damage and tragedy due to Hurricane Katrina, All That Remains will be donating a portion of profits from the sales of merchandise made on the website will be donated to the Red Cross. For more information, visit the official All That Remains website.
ALL THAT REMAINS, the Massachusetts-based act featuring former SHADOWS FALL vocalist Philip Labonte, have announced the addition of bassist Jeanne Fagan to the group's ranks. Fagan, who has been playing with the group for the past few weeks as a session bassist, has accepted the offer to join the band as a permanent member. "We welcome Jeanne to the team as she brings an invaluable amount of talent and charisma to the band," the group write on their web site.
ALL THAT REMAINS' sophomore album, "This Darkened Heart", is available now on Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Behind Silence and Solitude" was produced by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz.
It Dies Today have been added to Trivium's upcoming September 10th-September 28th UK/Ireland run with All That Remains
Despite being totally swamped of late, I could not pass up the Chimaira, Six Feet Under, All That Remains, 3 Inches of Blood tour that came to town on Sunday at Towson's Recher Theatre. Not only is that a great lineup and Chimaira are fast becoming one of my favorite bands, but I'd been wanting to check out the Recher Theatre, which I had heard so much about. More...
All That Remains will be making an in-store appearance at Uncle Sams Music in Lauderhill, FL on August 28 from 6 to 7pm.
The entire schedule for Hellfest has finally been released. HELLFEST 2K5 takes place on August 19-21 at the Sovereign Bank Arena in Trenton, New Jersey. Tickets are available at hellfest.com or you can purchase tickets at the Sovereign Bank Arena box office or charge by phone at 1-888-SBA-TIXX or online at sovereignbankarena.com.
The complete schedule follows, including stages, times and bands playing: More...
ALL THAT REMAINS, the Massachusetts-based act featuring former SHADOWS FALL vocalist Philip Labonte, have posted their video for the song "Tattered on My Sleeve" at this location (Real Media).
"Tattered on My Sleeve" comes off the group's sophomore album, "This Darkened Heart", available now on Prosthetic Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Behind Silence and Solitude" was produced by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz.
ALL THAT REMAINS recently parted ways with bassist Matt Deis and replaced him with Josh Venn from BLOOD HAS BEEN SHED. The band will be on tour all month long, with CHIMAIRA, SIX FEET UNDER and 3 INCHES OF BLOOD.
Currently finishing up on the Sounds Of The Underground, All That Remains will support Chimaira until September, followed by a UK run supporting Trivium. Look for the new video for "Tattered On My Sleeve" on Metal Asylum, Uranium and Headbangers Ball soon You can also watch it online here.
Former ALL THAT REMAINS basist Matt Deis has been named the official touring bassist for CKY. Deis made his live debut with the group on Monday, July 18 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California. CKY reportedly performed a surprise/rehearsal show at the venue under the band name HAPPY BIRTHDAY PHIL (drummer Jess Margera's father Phil Margera's birthday was on July 13).
CKY's first major North American tour in two years will kick off August 8 at Soma in San Diego. The Adio Footwear-sponsored Rock Adio Tour will also feature FIREBALL MINISTRY and THE KNIVES. In addition, CKY will headline the 8th annual Skate Fest, which takes place September 9 in Worcester, MA.
CKY are touring in support of their fourth album, "An Answer Can Be Found", which sold 41,000 copies in the United States in its first two weeks of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
All That Remains singer, Phil Labonte, has posted this message on the band's official website:
To anyone who came out to a few of the shows we had planned for Sounds Of The Underground off dates, we are very sorry that we had to bag the shows. Please understand that we do not have a bass player and Slo and Ken from Unearth have been filling in on the Sounds shows. The off dates we had booked, Unearth weren't on the same shows. We kinda can't play without a bass player (we tried that in Rochester, it was a bad idea). We are very sorry we had to bag the shows but we will be back. Thanks for your support we love you, in that friend kind of way, not the exchange body fluids kind. We don't really know each other that well and, it's just kinda gross. Phil