ALL THAT REMAINS: 'Live' DVD Artwork Revealed

Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS have posted the cover artwork (created by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE bassist Mike D'Antonio) for their upcoming DVD, entitled simply "Live", at this location. The audio portion of the DVD was mixed at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with Jason Suecof (CHIMAIRA, TRIVIUM, BURY YOUR DEAD, DEVILDRIVER).

Due in October via Prosthetic, the DVD will feature live performances from the band's recent show at Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, as well as from their concert in Baltimore at The Recher Theatre on July 12. ATR fans will also be treated to tons of bonus goodies on the new DVD, including behind-the-scenes footage, band and fan interviews, a live photo slideshow and all of the band's videos.

ALL THAT REMAINS shot a video for the song "Not Alone" on July 2 in Los Angeles with director Soren. A teaser trailer for thew clip has been posted on YouTube.

ALL THAT REMAINS recently reached a major milestone — the group's third album "The Fall of Ideals" surpassed the 100,000 mark in U.S. sales.

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HeavyMetalSource.com has posted an eight-minute video interview with ALL THAT REMAINS bassist Jeanne Sagan conducted on Saturday, July 14 at the Sayerville, New Jersey stop of the Sounds of the Underground tour. Watch the footage at YouTube.

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