ALL THAT REMAINS To Release 'The Order Of Things' Album In February

ALL THAT REMAINS To Release 'The Order Of Things' Album In February

Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS will release their seventh album, "The Order Of Things", on February 24 via Razor & Tie. The follow-up to 2012's "A War You Cannot Win" was helmed by producer Josh Wilbur, who has previously worked with LAMB OF GOD and GOJIRA.

A new ALL THAT REMAINS song, "No Knock", taken from "The Order Of Things", can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

During a recent interview, ALL THAT REMAINS singer Phil Labonte revealed that he thought "A War You Cannot Win" was one of the band's worst albums and has vowed to make up for it on their upcoming seventh studio effort. Labonte said, "I think this [new] record is far and away better than our last one. 'A War You Cannot Win' had some of our biggest singles — I think, overall, the record sucked.”

Labonte added about the new album: "Personally, I think we have a lot of songs that are better. We've got 12 songs and there’s probably four or five that are beginning-to-end singing. There's some screaming worked into two or three."

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The outspoken frontman also hinted at tension with the band's record label, explaining, "One of the label guys was, like, 'Are you okay with these lyrics?' And he wasn't asking me, he was asking Josh… I'm like, 'So you're going to criticize my art? Go fuck yourself. Now, not only am I not interested in what you're going to say about this song — I'm not interested in what you're going to say about anything else.'"

ALL THAT REMAINS had a No. 2 single on the rock radio chart earlier this year with "What If I Was Nothing", which marked a stylistic departure for the band.

A previous single from "A War You Cannot Win", "Stand Up", spent three weeks at No. 1, making it the band's first-ever chart-topper and fifth Top 10 rock single.

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