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All That Remains has issued the following statement about adding on new tour dates:
"Hello everyone, gearing up for our new album 'For We Are Many,' here are the latest tour dates! YES, there are very many new shows listed - and across 3 continents! Also, still 'to be announced' are dates for our headlining headlining tour, which will start on album release day (Oct 12!) More on that plus more and more....Stay tuned!"
The upcoming All That Remains tour dates are as follows: More...
Unearth has issued the following update about a North American tour with Carnifex, As I Lay Dying, and All That Remains:
"As promised, we are hitting up North America one more time in 2010 to support our latest album 'The March.' Teaming up with our buddies in As I Lay Dying, All That Remains and Carnifex will bring some sick fucking shows so bring your party hats and hand grenades. See you all soon."
The dates are as follows:
9/14 El Paso, TX @ Club 101
9/15 Odessa, TX @ Dos Amigos
9/16 Abilene, TX @ Midnight Rodeo
9/17 Little Rock, AR @ The Village (no All That Remains)
9/18 Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theatre
9/19 Knoxville, TN @ Valarium
9/20 Cincinnati, OH @ The Madison Theater
9/21 Grand Rapids, MI @ Orbit Room
9/22 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody's (no All That Remains)
9/23 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
9/24 Albany, NY @ Northern Lights
9/25 Hartford, CT @ Webster Theatre (no All That Remains)
9/26 Quebec City, QC @ Imperial
9/27 Montreal, QC @ Metropolis
9/28 Ottawa, ON @ Capital Music Hall
9/29 London, ON @ Cowboys
10/1 Winnipeg, MB @ Garrick Center
10/3 Saskatoon, SK @ Odeon
10/4 Calgary, AB @ MacEwan Hall
10/5 Edmonton, AB @ Edmonton Events Center
10/7 Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
10/8 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
10/10 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
10/11 Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre (no All That Remains)
British heavy metal icons Iron Maiden have been confirmed as the headlining act for next year's edition of Australia's Soundwave festival. Also on the bill will be American thrash metal legends Slayer, shock rocker Rob Zombie, hardcore outfit Terror and former Guns N Roses guitarist Slash amongst others. Iron Maiden will also perform two arena shows in February.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
All That Remains has announced a series of upcoming European tour dates. The currently announced dates are as follows:
11/28 2010 - Garage - Glasgow, United Kingdom
11/29 2010 - Academy 2 - Manchester, United Kingdom
11/30 2010 - Electric Ballroom - London, United Kingdom
12/1 2010 - Corporation - Sheffield, United Kingdom
12/3 2010 - Grunspan - Hamburg, Germany
12/4 2010 - Brewhouse - Göteborg, Sweden
12/5 2010 - Klubben - Stockholm, Sweden
12/7 2010 - Nosturi - Helsinki, Finland
12/9 2010 - KB - Malmo, Sweden
12/10 2010 - SO 36 - Berlin, Germany
12/11 2010 - Conne Island - Leipzig, Germany
12/12 2010 - Arena - Wien, Vienna, Austria
12/14 2010 - Maggazzini Genarali - Milan, Italy
12/15 2010 - Dynamo - Zurich, Switzerland
12/16 2010 - Backstage Werk - Munich, Germany
12/17 2010 - Substage - Karlsruhe, Germany
12/18 2010 - FZW - Dortmund, Germany
12/20 2010 - Essigfabrik - Cologne, Germany
12/21 2010 - Helling - Utrecht, Netherlands
12/22 2010 - Musi O Drom - Hasselt, Belgium
Soundwave has been announcing artists one by one over the past couple of weeks. The first two metal bands to be announced for the festival are All That Remains and The Sword.
According to Soundwave, the band headlining the metal stage is actually big enough to headline the whole festival. We’ll know who that is on August 5th, when the full lineup is announced.
The full list of bands announced so far is:
All That Remains
Less Than Jake
There for Tomorrow
A Skylit Drive
Protest the Hero
Germany's Neaera has issued the following announcement about upcoming tour dates:
"Hey guys, we are happy to announce that we have just been confirmed to play a major European tour later this year together with our friends, the mighty Caliban, as well as All That Remains, Soilwork and Bleed From Within.
"The tour will take us to many cities we've never been to before, and some where we've only played a few times. We are looking forward to meeting you guys again and to see some new faces n' places... Tickets can be purchased through your local dealer or via Internet."
The currently announced tour dates are as follows: More...
Springfield, Massachusetts metalcore act All That Remains have confirmed thier appearance for the upcoming Woodshock festival. The Woodshock music festival is set to take place August 13th and 14th, 2010 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio. All That Remains are headlining the second day, Saturday August 14th, with dirst support from Straight Line Stitch.
Woodshock Music Festival confirmed line-up:
All That Remains
Straight Line Stitct
This Blessed Hatred
Metalcore outfit All That Remains has announced that the name of their forthcoming new studio album will be, "For We Are Many." The record was produced by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz and is expected to be released in September of this year.
It's almost the weekend again, and that means new additions to the Rock Band Network to get your head banging before that terrible Monday rolls around. The most notable metal additions to this week's lineup are Meshuggah, Demon Hunter, and Wargasm. The complete list of new songs, including the non-metal tracks, is as follows:
The Apples in Stereo - "Dream About the Future"
Zoo Seven - "Painted"
Meshuggah - "Bleed"
Steel Train - "Turnpike Ghost"
XTT - "Cookie Monster"
Kiev - "Crooked Strings"
Rebelution - "Bright Side of Life"
Demon Hunter - "The World is a Thorn"
Made Avail - "Bury You Slowly"
The New Pornographers - "Crash Years"
Todd Thibaud - "Three Words"
RX Bandits - "Bled To Be Free (The Operation)"
The Raspberry Ants - "Janie"
Free Electric State - "Six Is One"
Jonathan Coulton - "Mandelbrot Set"
SexTon - "A Better Forever"
SOil - "The Lesser Man"
Wargasm - "Engine"
Spiral Trance - "The Me You See"
Charmaine - "Run" More...
This week's additions to the Rock Band Network features tracks from Pantera's "The Great Southern Trendkill," along with a few other tracks to get your heads banging. The complete list of new songs, including all the non-metal songs, is as follows:
a t o m - "Satellite"
After the Fall - "Stay Up With Me"
The Apples in Stereo - "Dance Floor"
Earl Greyhound - "Oye Vaya"
John Garrison - "Footprints"
Holy Grail - "Fight to Kill"
CJ - "Mr. Sun"
Drive Shaft - "You All Everybody"
Geronimo Jackson - "Dharma Lady"
Pantera - "The Great Southern Trendkill"
Pantera - "War Nerve"
Pantera - "Drag the Waters"
Pantera - "10's"
Pantera - "13 Steps to Nowhere"
Pantera - "Suicide Note Pt. II"
Pantera - "Living Through Me (Hells' Wrath)"
Pantera - "Floods"
Pantera - "The Underground in America"
Pantera - "(Reprise) Sandblasted Skin"
Plushgun - "How We Roll"
The Audition - "The Way You Move"
Anti-Flag - "We Are The One"
Coming to the RBN on PS3 on June 1st:
Flight of the Conchords - "The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)"
Jonathan Coulton - "The Future Soon"
All That Remains - "Forever In Your Hands"
Suicide Silence - "Disengage"
Steve Vai - "Get The Hell Out of Here"
Candlelight Records today confirms three more in-store/meet-and-greets as part of Fear Factory's ongoing Fear Campaign American Tour 2010. All four members of the band will be available to meet with fans at Magnolia Thunderpussy in Columbus, Ohio on May 30, Digital Ferret Records in Philadelphia on June 6, and Vintage Vinyl Records in Fords, New Jersey on June 10.
Fear Factory, currently on tour supporting their latest album "Mechanize," had a brief scare earlier this week when their tour bus nearly went off road while in route to Boise, Idaho. Luckily no one was injured and the band made their show at Knitting Factory Concert House without much delay. Guitarist Dino Cazares says, “We were on our way to Boise for a day off when about 8:45am our bus driver fell asleep at the wheel. He swerved to the opposite side of the road. Most of us woke up when we felt the bus on the rumble strips and then the dirt. He woke up in time to swerve back onto our side of the road and pull over.” Continuing he notes, “thank god there was no on coming cars or 18-wheelers on the road. Everyone is fine just a little nervous.”
The upcoming Fear Factory tour dates are as follows: More...
A number of new tracks were release for the Rock Band Network this week, including some decent metal songs. There are new tracks available from The Acacia Strain, Bang Camaro, a t o m, and Rose of Jericho. Five more tracks also come to the PlayStation 3 including All That Remains and Amberian Dawn.
Here's what new in the Rock Band Network in the last week (metal and otherwise):
The Acacia Strain - "Dr. Doom"
a t o m - "You Take It All"
a t o m - "Light Of Day"
a t o m - "You're Not Alone - Rock Mix"
The Fury - "Beauty Queen"
Parry Gripp - "Last Train To Awesometown"
Andy Timmons - "Redemption"
Johnny Cooper - "Don't Feel Like That Anymore"
Paul Henry Smith & The Fauxharmonic Orchestra - "Night on Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky)"
Paul Henry Smith & The Fauxharmonic Orchestra - "Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms)"
Like A Storm - "Chemical Infatuation"
Rose of Jericho - "Wrong Side of the Sky"
Midnight Ocelot - "Rock Your Socks Off"
Bang Camaro - "Swallow the Razor"
a'tris - "Automatic Doors"
Robby Suavé - "Everyone I Know is an Alcoholic"
New to RBN on PlayStation 3 (available 5/18/10):
All That Remains - "Days Without"
Amberian Dawn - "He Sleeps in a Grove"
The Hold Steady - "Sequestered in Memphis"
the Apples In Stereo - "Energy"
Dear in the Headlights - "Talk About"
Rock Band Network tracks are available on the Xbox 360 and can be purchased through the in-game Rock Band Music Store or online by clicking on the Xbox Marketplace link on each song page. Select tracks are available on the PlayStation 3.
All That Remains has announced several upcoming U.S. tour dates with Fear Factory, Silent Civilian, and Thy Will Be Done. The details are as follows:
6/8 S Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
6/9 Portland, ME - Port City Music Hall
6/10 Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom
6/11 Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights
6/12 Buffalo, NY - The Town Ballroom
Despite Killswitch Engage continuing to their tour with All That Remains vocalist Phil Labonte in light of Howard's unexpected departure, the band was joined onstage this week by former frontman Jesse Leach during a performance at The Filmore New York at Irving Plaza.
Some footage was caught of the show by a photographer:
Photographer Will Hawkins comments on the video: "As for the focus & sound quality... Dudes... It was on a DSLR right against the stage with built-in mic. I'm not a videographer, but I wanted to snag some vid just to share with YOU.... so deal ! ;)"
Last week, it was announced that Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones had to unexpectedly leave the band’s current headlining tour, leading to a flurry of rumors and questions about the status of the tour and the band. The band has further issued the following statement addressing the matter, saying: “It became overwhelmingly obvious to all of us around Howard that he is in no condition to be on tour right now and that he needed to get off the road and get himself better. It’s a personal matter and while we understand everyone’s curiosity and concern for Howard and the band, we appreciate everyone respecting Howard’s privacy at this time.”
Longtime friend Phil Labonte of All That Remains was able to fill in and help out the band for a few shows and it appears as though he will be filling in for the remainder of the tour, which runs through March. Killswitch Engage endured and survived a similar situation in the past, where guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz was forced to sit out a tour due to a back injury. Killswitch Engage also said, “We seriously considered cancelling the tour since we don’t want to give fans that paid good money anything less than KsE at full-strength. But after trying a few shows with Phil, and after feeling the love and support that we were getting from the crowd, it became increasingly apparent to us that the shows came across as fun and unique, and the fans seemed to be enjoying it. We quickly realized that we had to keep going and that we couldn’t possibly stop.” Refunds are available for any fans that have already purchased tickets, but as the band said, this tour will offer a chance to experience Killswitch Engage in a unique way that you won’t be able to witness again.
Furthermore, the band would like to thank all fans who came out to support them during this difficult stretch, exclaiming “We really do feel that our fans are the best fans in the world.” The band also thanked Labonte for pitching in, saying “We can’t thank Phil enough for helping us out when we needed it the most.”
For a taste of Killswitch Engage with Labonte on vocals, check this footage from the Baltimore show this past weekend, check out the video below. (Note: This footage can be viewed in full 720 HD resolution on YouTube by simply locating the “360p” under the video in the tool bar, clicking on it and then moving your cursor up to select “720p.”)
Killswitch Engage has announced that lead singer Howard Jones has been forced to leave the band's current headlining tour with The Devil Wears Prada and Dark Tranquility due to unforeseen circumstances. All That Remains vocalist Phil LaBonte will be filling in for Jones for a few shows while the band makes the decision about what will happen to the rest of the tour.
All That Remains previously posted a radio edit version of the music video for "Forever In Your Hands." The band has now posted the album version of the video, which can be viewed below.
Tonight's Headbangers Ball on MTV2 at 2 AM ET/PT will feature All That Remains discussing metal songs added to the Rock Band video game and the following lineup of videos:
Confide - "Such Great Heights"
Godsmack - "I Stand Alone"
Bullet for My Valentine - "Waking the Demon"
Children Of Bodom - "Are You Dead Yet?"
Lacuna Coil - "Closer"
All That Remains - "Two Weeks"
Lamb of God - "Laid to Rest"
All That Remains has posted a new music video online for the song "Forever In Your Hands," which can be viewed below. "Forever In Your Hands" was filmed this summer in Washington DC on the Mayhem tour. It was directed by David Brodsky and features cameos by Adam Dutkiewicz and Joal Stroetzal of Killswitch Engage, Shannon Lucas of The Black Dahlia Murder, and Byron Davis and Doc Coyle of God Forbid. The video will also air on October 18th at 2:00 AM ET on MTV2's Headbangers Ball. More...
All That Remains and The Devil Wears Prada will co-headline the Napalm & Noise tour this winter. The tour will hit both coasts and will feature support from Story Of The Year and Haste The Day.
Phil Labonte of All That Remains adds, "We're really excited to be hitting the road with a The Devil Wears Prada, Story Of The Year, and Haste The Day. ATR had such a great time playing on The Warped tour in 2008 with both DWP and SOTY were so we're looking forward to the same kind warm reception we got all last summer! We're hoping that ATR fans will come out and check out the other bands and rock with us!"
The currently confirmed dates are as follows:
11/23 - Rochester, NY - Water Street Music Hall
11/24 - Buffalo, NY - The Town Ballroom
11/25 - Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
11/29 - Des Moines, IA - Val Air Ballroom
11/30 - Omaha, NE - Sokol Auditorium
12/4 - Sparks, NV - The New Oasis
12/5 - Sacramento, CA - Empire Events Center
12/6 - Santa Cruz, CA - The Catalyst
12/7 - Bakersfield, CA - The Dome
12/9 - Anaheim, CA - The Grove Of Anaheim
12/10 - Venture, CA - Majestic Ventura
12/11 - San Diego, CA - Soma
12/13 - El Paso TX - Club 101
12/15 - Austin TX - Emo's
12/16 - Corpus Christi, TX - The Pavilion at Concrete Street
12/18 - Nashville, TN - Rocketown
12/19 - Raleigh, NC - Lincoln Theater
12/20 - Norfolk, VA - The Norva
12/21 - Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock