All That Remains and Lacuna Coil brought along Bad Omens, Toothgrinder, and Uncured to Berkeley at the UC Theater where Lacuna Coil outshined the competition.
Black Anima is the latest full-length from Lacuna Coil, as slated for an October 11th release via Century Media Records. Darren Paltrowitz spoke with the band’s vocalist Andrea Ferro regarding the new album, future plans, and Italian food in the U.S.
News of Oli Herbert’s passing is still reverberating around the metal community, and while it is an unexpected tragedy, there is still some comfort that Victim of the New Disease, his last album with All That Remains, is their best in the last eight years.
From lands far and wide, the faithful had come to praise and worship. They’d come to party. They’d come to rock with the likes of Shinedown, Bush, Fozzy, Seether and Three Days Grace. Welcome to WJRR’s Earthday Birthday 2018!
All That Remains has gotten some flak over the years for leaning away from their original heaviness, but the real problem is that they’re not leaning toward anything interesting.
We teamed up with metal band All That Remains to share a list of what they think are the TOP 10 facts you didn’t know about all That Remains.
All That Remains ROCKED the Gramercy Theatre in NYC on December 14th with some great Monday night metal!
Check out this story from Philip Labonte, lead singer of Razor & Tie metallers All That Remains… it’s all fun and games until Mother Nature decides to fuck shit up!
Super-chill and always down for some fun, we played METAL or NOT? with Philip Labonte, lead singer of the Razor & Tie metal band, All That Remains. Hockey, Shark Week, ice cream, tank tops, parkour… what is metal, what is not? Phil will tell ya!
On Day 1 of this year’s Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA, All That Remains hit the stage with a new line-up. The band skillfully performed crowd favorites as well as several hits from their latest album, The Order of Things.
We chatted with All That Remains’ Phil Labonte about their Billboard charting LP The Order of Things, his bad guy reputation, and even got to hear a few funny stories from the road.
Razor & Tie By Matthew Bamber http://www.allthatremainsonline.com/ The Order of Things is the new release from American metal band,…
Ironically, the first track is titled “This Probably Won’t End Well,” when in truth, The Order of Things is a highly developed album, flowing effortlessly, and captivating the listener from the start to the very end.