In a brand new interview with PureGrainAudio.com, ALL THAT REMAINS singer Phil Labonte was asked to recount his weirdest fan interaction. He said: "There was a time that I signed a dude's dick. That was really weird. This dude was, like, 'Sign my dick.' And I was, like, 'No I'm not signing your dick.' And he was, like, 'Come on! You've gotta sign my dick.' We were shooting a DVD, and they got a shot of this guy on the DVD, but I was, like, 'I really don't want to sign your dick.' But then I was, like, 'Fuck, alright.' It wasn't easy, because it was all flaccid and probably sweaty. I didn't touch it; I used a marker, obviously."ALL THAT REMAINS's new album, "The Order Of Things", was released on February 24 via Razor & Tie. The CD follows up the group's 2012 effort, "A War You Cannot Win", which featured the massive rock singles "What If I Was Nothing" and the chart-topping "Stand Up". The new disc marks the first time that Labonte collaborated on his lyrics, in this case with producer Josh Wilbur. Labonte told The Pulse Of Radio how that worked out. "He's the first guy that I collaborated lyrically with," he said. "It's always been a situation where we'll come up with vocal ideas, maybe cadences, and I'll come up with the ideas and words that go into it. So this record has really been vocally the most collaboration I've ever had from a producer/writer, working with, you know, the songs we came up with."
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