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All That Remains Premieres New Single ‘This Probably Won’t End Well’

Posted on January 12th, 2015 by MDuffy


All That Remains has an album titled The Order of Things set to drop on Feb. 24, but fans don’t have to wait too long for a taste of the new music.

The Massachusetts-based band officially dropped the record’s first single, a heavy-hitter called “This Probably Won’t End Well” that they will likely be incorporating into their live sets during their upcoming tour.

Stream “This Probably Won’t End Well” after the jump.  (more…)

Mike Martin Interviewed on Robb’s MetalWorks

Posted on September 19th, 2013 by MDuffy

Earlier this year, Mike Martin of All That Remains chatted on Robb’s MetalWorks prior to a show in San Antonio.

Martin talks about how he got started playing guitar and the band’s latest album A War You Cannot Win.

Watch the interview below and visit All That Remains’ official website for more upcoming tour dates.

 

All That Remains Jam With a Fan on Stage

Posted on July 26th, 2013 by MDuffy


When All That Remains played LAZERfest in Des Moines, Iowa, earlier this year, lucky fan Alex Arias won the chance to perform on stage with the band, and the young guitarist definitely made the most of his opportunity.

Arias joined All That Remains for a version of their hit “Stand Up” from the band’s 2012 album A War You Cannot Win.

Watch him in action below and visit All That Remains’ official website for upcoming tour dates.

All That Remains’ Mike Martin Talks Charvel in New Interview

Posted on February 13th, 2013 by MDuffy

Mike Martin of All That Remains took some time to talk about his career and his relationship with Charvel in this interview.

Watch below and visit the band’s official website for more information.

All That Remains Goes to War for ‘Stand Up’ Video

Posted on December 6th, 2012 by MDuffy

For their latest music video for “Stand Up,” All That Remains found themselves in a combat zone, with armed soldiers coming after the Massachusetts quintet.

The track – which comes from 2012′s A War You Cannot Win - obviously carries military themes, from the lyrics to the shredding riffs to the imagery of the clip.

With the band obscured by smoke, will the soldiers find their target? (more…)

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