Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS are currently recording their eighth album at a Los Angeles-area studio with producer Howard Benson, who has previously worked with such acts as MOTÖRHEAD, PAPA ROACH, THREE DAYS GRACE, FLYLEAF, P.O.D. and HALESTORM.
ALL THAT REMAINS frontman Phil Labonte stated about the follow-up to 2015's "The Order Of Things": "The disc we are working on right now is going to blow people's minds. It's gonna challenge you. There are songs like nothing we've ever done before.
"It's still a while 'till it gets released, but it's going to blow people's minds. Can't fucking wait!"
Added ALL THAT REMAINS bassist Aaron Patrick: "I can't even wait to hear the final result. These songs are such a step up on all fronts. [Benson] is really bringing out the best in all of us as musicians and we are already so proud of the progress towards new material."
Labonte told the Q103 radio station that ALL THAT REMAINS's next record will arrive in February 2017.
ALL THAT REMAINS last year parted ways with bassist Jeanne Sagan and replaced her with Patrick, who was previously in BURY YOUR DEAD and DEVILDRIVER.
"The Order Of Things" marked the first time that Labonte collaborated on his lyrics, in this case with producer Josh Wilbur.
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