All That Remains premiere their new music video for their current single “For You” today with VEVO – WATCH HERE. The song is off their latest studio album, The Order Of Things, which was released this past February via Razor & Tie.
Directed by Daniel Kaufman, the video explores the concept of the effect of a volatile marriage on a child. The video adds a unique twist to the story, telekinesis. The band, known for their bold declarations on controversial comments, hit a nerve with the relatable video and lyrics.
All That Remains seventh studio album The Order Of Things debuted at #25 on the Billboard Top 200 with over 19,000 units sold in its first week at retail. This marks the band’s fourth Top 25 Album debut to date. All That Remains has dominated rock radio for years now with previous hit singles, “Stand Up” ascending to #1 at Active Rock radio and “What If I Was Nothing” landing at #2. The current single “For You” is now in the Top 25 at Rock Radio and climbing. ATR’s worldwide album sales now exceed over one million, while track sales surpass 1.5 million. The Order Of Things is available at geni.us/allthatremains.
Led by the outspoken and controversial front man Phil Labonte, All That Remains continues to lead the charge in the rock music scene with their latest release. Since 1998, All That Remains continue to progress, while clenching steadfast to the principals that etched their place at the forefront of 21st century hard rock. On The Order of Things, the Massachusetts outfit—Phil Labonte (vocals), Oli Herbert (guitar), Mike Martin (guitar), Jeanne Sagan (bass), and Jason Costa (drums)—preserve an ethos of evolution. For the first time, the band tapped Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Gojira, Hatebreed) for production, cutting the bulk of the record in Massachusetts and fine-tuning vocals in Los Angeles. All That Remains are scheduled to perform at a few of rocks biggest festivals this fall (tour dates below). Expect a national fall tour announcement soon.
The Order Of Things Press Raves:
“A determined slapback at haters and outsiders who want to dictate how the band should sound.” – Billboard
“[The Order Of Things] is a record designed to incite mass sing-alongs and fist-in-the-aire fervor.” – Alternative Press
“This is a solid record that is bound to please the band’s expanding fan base, while also furthering All That Remains as one of Massachusetts’ most successful metallic outfits.” – Outburn
“Determined not to live in the shadow of their own past classics,…their newest album will be recieved as the best to date.” – AXS
“The Order of Things blasts out of the gate as their best offering to date. Contender for best hard rock record of 2015, and it will last far beyond that.” – Artist Direct
All That Remains Tour Dates
August 14 – Oklahoma City, OK – The Zoo Amphitheater
August 22 – Louisville, KY – Kentucky State Fair
September 12 – Tucson, AZ – Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium
October 10 – Tokyo, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
October 24 – Sacramento, CA – Monster Energy Aftershock
October 25 – San Bernardino, CA – Knotfest
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