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All That Remains Titles New Album "A War You Can Not Win"

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All That Remains (ATR) has completed tracking on its forthcoming new studio album with mixing now underway. The new album, to be titled "A War You Can Not Win" is expected for release in September 2012 via Razor & Tie /Prosthetic. "A War You Can Not Win" sees ATR reunited with longtime producer Adam D (The Devil Wears Prada, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage). The record is the culmination of an intense writing period for the group that began shortly after their 18-month tour in support of For We Are Many.

“So we're gonna release a new disc in the fall and it's called ‘A War You Can Not Win’. We really busted our asses and tried to do some new stuff (like we always do) and we're really happy about what came out of it. Some of it is pretty different and is REALLY gonna blow you guys away. Some of it is gonna sound just like what you expect from ATR. And I'm sure all of it is gonna make the internet have a conniption fit! Release is gonna be this fall and we're already working on a co-headline tour to show some of it off! Get into it,” comments All That Remains front man Phil Labonte.

"A War You Can Not Win" will be All That Remains’ seventh studio album for Razor & Tie/Prosthetic, the band's label home for over eight years.

The band is also set to play a few select dates this summer (dates below).

July 1 – Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest
August 4 – Centreville, VA – Summer Jam Music Fest - Bull Run Park
August 10 – Joliet, IL – Mojoes United States
August 11 – Twin Lakes, WI – WILL Rock Fest

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