Fan-filmed video footage of ALL THAT REMAINS's December 2 concert at Brixton Electric in London, England can be seen below.
Guitar virtuoso and YouTube personality Jason Richardson (ALL SHALL PERISH, CHELSEA GRIN, BORN OF OSIRIS) is playing with ALL THAT REMAINS on the current European tour following the recent death of Oli Herbert.
Herbert was found dead on October 16 near his home in Connecticut. According to TMZ, police were dispatched to the guitarist's Stafford Springs residence after someone reported him missing. Cops searched the area and found the 44-year-old musician in a nearby pond. Sources told the Hartford Courant investigators are treating the death as suspicious.
ALL THAT REMAINS singer Philip Labonte said last month that he was "shocked" by Oli's death. "He was 44 years old, and he wasn't really a big partier," Labonte told Meltdown Of Detroit's WRIF radio station. "He would go hang out with people and stuff, but he didn't really do a lot of drinking… He didn't do drugs, he didn't really drink a lot. He would smoke pot once in a while, but that was the extent of it."
Herbert began playing guitar at 14. He co-founded ALL THAT REMAINS with Labonte in 1998.
ALL THAT REMAINS has released nine studio albums, a live CD/DVD, and has sold more than one million records worldwide.
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