ALL THAT REMAINS: 'Overcome' Release Date Revealed
Prosthetic Records has set a September 16 release date for "Overcome", the new album from the Massachusetts metal band ALL THAT REMAINS. The CD was produced by Jason Suecof, who has previously worked with TRIVIUM, CHIMAIRA and THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, among others.
A video blog featuring footage from the recording sessions for "Overcome" can be viewed below.
Commented frontman Phil Labonte: "I'm really excited about this disc. It's a pretty different sound than our last one. It's shaping up to have a more biting tone. It's got tons of double bass, like twenty guitar solos and more hooks. It's a much darker record than 'The Fall of Ideals' and it's gonna reshape what people think when they think of ALL THAT REMAINS."
ALL THAT REMAINS most recently completed a winter headlining tour across North America with support from CHIMAIRA, BLACK TIDE, DIVINE HERESY and LIGHT THIS CITY.
ALL THAT REMAINS' latest effort, "The Fall of Ideals", saw a July 2006 release through Prosthetic Records. Also recently released were a reissue of the band's previously out-of-print debut "Behind Silence and Solitude" as well as the band's first-ever DVD, "Live".
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