ALL THAT REMAINS: 'Everything's Wrong' Video Released

ALL THAT REMAINS: 'Everything's Wrong' Video Released

"Everything's Wrong", the new video from ALL THAT REMAINS, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's latest album, "Victim Of The New Disease", which was released last November.

Singer Phil Labonte said: "We're super excited to share this video with everyone. Everyone in ATR really feels like the video captured the song perfectly. We're also excited that Enzo Amore could be a part of it — he really did a great job in the lead role.

"[Guitarist] Mike Martin is a big wrestling fan and Enzo was a pro in the WWE for a while. He's great on the mic and we think he did a great job capturing the feeling we were looking for. So please give it a look, and don't forget to smash that 'like' button."

Labonte shared some further insight into the clip, telling Revolver: "The video really captures the song's meaning about how when something slips away, it can seem like the whole world has crashed down around you. Things that used to make sense no longer do. When something goes bad in your life, the ripple effect can really touch everything else — things you used to do, places you used to go, even people who you used to be friends with."

ALL THAT REMAINS suffered a tragic and incredibly painful loss last fall ahead of the album's release when their highly respected and immeasurably talented lead guitarist and founding member Oli Herbert, who played on all nine albums in the band's discography, unexpectedly passed away. Guitarist Jason Richardson has since joined the band.

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