Shockhound.com has posted a video interview with Phil Labonte (vocals), Jeanne Sagan (bass) and Jason Costa (drums) of the Massachusetts metal band ALL THAT REMAINS conducted this past summer. They discuss "alcohol, perseverance, and getting 'pwn3d' at Halo by a seven-year-old kid." Watch the four-minute chat below.After cancelling several shows last week due to singer Phil Labonte's throat issues, ALL THAT REMAINS has now officially dropped off the U.S. tour with IN FLAMES, 36 CRAZYFISTS and GOJIRA. "Two Weeks", the new video from ALL THAT REMAINS, was directed by Brian Thompson and it intersperses haunting performance footage with shots of a girl who sees the band "Poltergeist"-style in a TV and paranormal investigators attempting to track ALL THAT REMAINS' ghostly presence. "Overcome", the new album from ALL THAT REMAINS, sold under 29,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to enter The Billboard 200 chart at position No. 16.
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