ALL THAT REMAINS To Release 'For We Are Many' In October

August 9, 2010

Massachusetts metallers ALL THAT REMAINS will release their fifth album, "For We Are Many", on October 12 via Prosthetic Records/Razor & Tie. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include include "For We Are Many", "Waiting", and the album's first single, "Hold On". The follow-up to 2008's "Overcome" was produced by KILLSWITCH ENGAGE guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz, who previously helmed ALL THAT REMAINS' "The Fall of Ideals" (2006) and "This Darkened Heart" (2004) releases.

"Jason [Suecof, who helmed 'Overcome'] was great, but we didn't want to go to Florida again, and we worked with Adam on two of our other records, and it was really cool," ALL THAT REMAINS vocalist Phil Labonte told Revolver magazine. "Plus, we're all homebodies, and working with Adam allowed us to stay in New England."

According to Labonte, fans of "Overcome" won't be disappointed, but "For We Are Many" will also offer a few surprises. "There's a song with a talk box on it and a couple of cool riffs that remind me of MESHUGGAH," Labonte told Revolver. Also, there's more PANTERA-ish, southern stuff than we've ever done.

"I love it when people hear something we've done and go, 'Wow, that's ALL THAT REMAINS?'"

While fans wait for the new album, they can find several of their favorite songs from ALL THAT REMAINS' latest album, "Overcome", on the Rock Band Network for the Xbox Marketplace. The new songs that are now available for download are "Days Without", "Undone" and "Forever In Your Hands".

ALL THE REMAINS had its first Top 10 hit at rock radio with "Two Weeks", a song from "Overcome".

ALL THE REMAINS performing the new song "For We Are Many" on July 31, 2010 at Krockathon in Syracuse, New York.

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