ALL THAT REMAINS Reveals Next Single

Massachusetts-based metal act ALL THAT REMAINS has posted two additional tracks from the band's highly acclaimed new record, "The Fall of Ideals", online. The band has added "Not Alone" and "The Air I Breathe" to its MySpace page, the latter will be the album's second single and video. The forthcoming music video will be filmed in early September in Southern California with veteran director Darren Doane (EVERY TIME I DIE, ATREYU). The band is currently gearing up for a North American run; they will be providing direct support to British power metallers DRAGONFORCE.

ALL THAT REMAINS sold nearly 13,000 copies of "The Fall of Ideals" the first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan, landing at No. 75 on the Billboard Top 200. Earning Kerrang!'s perfect score of 5 Ks, "The Fall of Ideals" is the follow-up to 2004's "This Darkened Heart" which spawned three videos and took the band on the road alongside GWAR, ARCH ENEMY, and the inaugural run of Sounds of The Underground.

Marking the recorded debuts of new bassist Jeanne Sagan and drummer Shannon Lucas, "The Fall of Ideals" was recorded at Zing Studios with Adam Dutkiewicz (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE) and engineerer by Peter Wichers (ex-SOILWORK) in March. The album's lead single/video from "The Fall of Ideals", "This Calling" can currently be seen on Fuse's "Uranium" and MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball". Frontman Phil Labonte will be making an appearance on the "Headbanger's Ball" on September 9.


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