In 2013, I have seen quite a few new and classic bands for the very first time. One of those bands is All That Remains. I have seen plenty of their video clips over the years, as well as a live DVD, but have never experienced All That Remains in a live setting.
All That Remains is a band that has stayed off of my radar, simply because I wasn’t a big fan of the band’s metalcore beginnings. The bands more recent offerings lean more towards the mainstream. The songs that singer Philip Labonte sings in a clean singing voice I like a lot. While All That Remains live show is a mix of both styles, there are more than enough songs with the clean vocals to keep me interested. I am glad that I got to see the band perform at the Rock Allegiance concert. I will definitely be picking up their latest album A War You Cannot Win soon!
If you haven’t heard All that Remains before, I recommend you check out the video clips below.
All That Remains’ new music video for “Stand Up,” the first off their new album A War You Cannot Win. The video was directed by P.R. Brown (Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine, Marilyn Manson) and filmed on location at Phil’s ranch in New Hampshire. Check it out below!
Catch All That Remains on tour on one of the dates below!
Dethklok, All That Remains, and The Black Dahlia Murder
11/20/2012 Denver, CO @ Fillmore
11/21/2012 Salt Lake City, UT @ Great Salt Air
11/23/2012 Seattle, WA @ Showbox SODO
11/24/2012 Portland, OR @ Roseland
11/26/2012 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
11/27/2012 Hollywood, CA @ Palladium
11/28/12 Tempe, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
11/30/2012 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
12/1/2012 Austin, TX @ Stubb’s
12/2/2012 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
12/4/2012 Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
12/6/2012 Chattanooga, TN @ Track 29
12/7/2012 Charlotte, NC @ Fillmore
12/8/2012 Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
12/11/12 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
12/12/12 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
12/13/12 Ft. Wayne, IN @ Piere’s
12/14/12 New York, NY @Roseland Ballroom
12/15/12 Wallingford, CT @ Oakdale Theatre
12/17/2012 Cleveland, OH @ Peabody’s
12/19/2012 Battle Creek, MI @ Planet Live Music
12/20/2012 Flint, MI @ The Machine Shop^
12/21/2012 Ft. Wayne, IN @ Piere’s^
12/22/2012 Dayton, OH @ McGuffy’s House of Rock
^ = festival date
HELLYEAH as direct support with guests ALL THAT REMAINS, The Damned Things and Local Jägermeister Bands
Jägermeister, the brand known for decades of involvement with rock bands, continues to own the concert circuit with the 2011 Jägermeister Music Tour featuring Buckcherry. The Jägermeister Music Tour kicks off January 19th in San Diego, California and plays 26 shows across the nation in celebration of Buckcherry’s new single “It’s a Party” on their recently released album “All Night Long”. Buckcherry will rock the 2011 Jägermeister Music Tour through February with HELLYEAH as direct support as well as ALL THAT REMAINS and The Damned Things. Each concert will also feature a local Jäger Band. Mr. Dee Jay, Brian Barr, known for delivering a great vibe and unique flavor, will spin during set changes to keep the party going.
Jagermeistermusictour.com will feature a free download of Buckcherry’s “It’s a Party” as well as exclusive band video footage from Buckcherry, HELLYEAH, ALL THAT REMAINS and The Damned Things.
“For the brand’s 19thmusic tour, Jägermeister is bringing Buckcherry’s raw rock together with the blazing metal style of HELL YEAH and ALL THAT REMAINS. Add some Jägermeister to the mix and you are looking at one of the top shows of the year,” says Bill Henderson, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Advertising at Sidney Frank Importing Company, Inc. “Additionally, instead of booking big arenas, Jägermeister continues to do things differently and is bringing this tour to theatres and ballrooms.”
Buckcherry front man Josh Todd says, “Every night we’re on stage we LOVE to host a party. We can’t think of a better partner to do it with than Jägermeister.” Guitarist Keith Nelson adds, “This is the first time we’re really going to be able to celebrate the theme of our album, All Night Long, on the road. It’s going to be loud and sweaty, just the way we like it.”
“Hello all fellow Hellions!!! I am so pumped for our upcoming tour of the USA! That’s right; every night is gonna be a Friday night with Buckcherry, HELLYEAH, ALL THAT REMAINS and The Damned Things. The Jägermeister will be flowing, the jams will be kicking and the good times will be back in rock and roll!!! It’s time to let it all hang out!!! See y’all there,” says HELLYEAH Drummer Vinnie Paul.
The 2011 Jägermeister Music Tour will feature Jägermeister custom tour prizes from Schecter Guitars and Peavey Electronics. In addition, Jägermeister will be hosting nightly text-to-win giveaways including tap machines, tee shirts, hats and other branded POS. Giveaways are subject to state and local laws and participants must be of legal drinking age or older.
Jägermeister will market and promote the Jägermeister Music Tour through social media channels facebook and twitter, local print outlets, Sirius XM Satellite Radio and terrestrial radio along with band video footage through YouTube and the music tour website. Visit www.jagermeistermusictour.com for various contests, promotions, tour dates and additional tour information.
2011 JÄGERMEISTER MUSIC TOUR SCHEDULE
|Wed 19 Jan||San Diego CA||4th and B|
|Fri 21 Jan||Anaheim CA||The Grove of Anaheim|
|Sat 22 Jan||Las Vegas NV||The Joint|
|Sun 23 Jan||Reno NV||Grand Sierra Resort|
|Tue 25 Jan||Salt Lake City UT||The Great Salt Air|
|Thu 27 Jan||Denver CO||Fillmore|
|Fri 28 Jan||Kansas City MO||Midland Theatre|
|Sat 29 Jan||Des Moines IA||Seven Flags Center|
|Mon 31 Jan||Peoria IL||East Peoria Civic Center|
|Tue 01 Feb||Chicago IL||Congress Theatre|
|Wed 02 Feb||Waterloo IA||McElroy Auditorium|
|Fri 04 Feb||St Louis MO||Pop’s|
|Sat 05 Feb||Minneapolis MN||1st Avenue|
|Tue 08 Feb||Youngstown OH||Covelli Center|
|Wed 09 Feb||Louisville KY||Expo 5|
|Fri 11 Feb||Myrtle Beach SC||House of Blues|
|Sat 12 Feb||Baltimore MD||Rams Head Live|
|Sun 13 Feb||Sayerville NJ||Starland Ballroom|
|Tue 15 Feb||New York NY||Best Buy Theatre|
|Wed 16 Feb||Uncasville CT||Mohegan Sun Arena|
|Fri 18 Feb||Albany NY||Northern Lights|
|Sat 19 Feb||Philadelphia PA||Electric Factory|
|Sun 20 Feb||Manchester NH||Verizon Wireless Arena|
|Tue 22 Feb||Charlotte NC||Fillmore|
|Wed 23 Feb||Orlando FL||Hard Rock Live|
|Thu 24 Feb||Atlanta GA||Tabernacle|
NOTE: All That Remains only performs on dates from Jan 19 – Feb 20.
Very few bands surprise me in 2010, but metalcore act All That Remains have done just that. With the band’s new song, “For We Are Many”, it seems like the band is leaning more towards modern metal, than metalcore, and as it turns out, I like this song a lot.
Check out the video, “For We Are Many” below. If you like what you hear, you can download the song for free below!
Vodpod videos no longer available.
According to Billboard.com, Metallica’s “Death Magnetic” holds tight at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 for a second week after its first full frame at retail. The Warner Bros. set sold 337,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan; it debuted with 490,000 last week after just three days of sales thanks to an off-cycle Friday release.
Starting right behind at No. 2 is Ne-Yo’s “Year of the Gentleman” with 250,000. The Def Jam effort comes on the heels of two No. 1 bows for the artist: 2006 debut “In My Own Words” (301,000) and 2007’s “Because of You” (251,000). New single “Miss Independent” continues to climb the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs tally, moving 16-5 in this latest frame, while first single “Closer” sits at No. 7 on the Hot 100.
Nelly’s “Brass Knuckles” (Derrty/Universal Motown), the rapper’s first studio set since 2004, enters at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 with 84,000. Four years ago, he dropped two separate albums on the same day — “Suit” and “Sweat” – which debuted at Nos. 1 and 2 with 396,000 and 342,000, respectively.
In its 50th week on the chart, Kid Rock’s “Rock N Roll Jesus” (Top Dog/Atlantic) drops 3-4 on a 15% decline to 64,000 copies.
Hootie & the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker debuts at No. 5 on The Billboard 200 and No. 1 on Top Country Albums with the Capitol Nashville project “Learn to Live,” with 60,000. On Hot Country Songs, his single “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” hits No. 1 this week. This marks the second week in a row a singer best known from another genre crosses over to hit No. 1 on the Top Country Albums chart, following last week’s penthouse debut for Jessica Simpson’s “Do You Know.”
Young Jeezy’s “The Recession” (Def Jam) falls 2-6 on The Billboard 200 with 60,000, a 33% sales decline. DJ Khaled notches his third straight top 15 album as “We Global” (We the Best/Def Jam) enters at No. 7 with 49,000. His first two charting albums — 2006’s “Listennn: The Album” and 2007’s “We the Best” — debuted and peaked at Nos. 12 and 8, respectively.
Buckcherry earns its best sales week ever and highest charting album as “Black Butterfly” (Eleven Seven Music/Atlantic) opens at No. 8 with 47,000. Previously, the rock band went as far as No. 39 with its last album “15,” and had never sold more than 26,000 in a single week with any release. But “15” wound up spending 126 weeks on The Billboard 200 and has sold 1.3 million copies to date.
Lil Wayne’s Cash Money effort “Tha Carter III” slips 9% in sales and descends 8-9 with 43,000 while the Game’s “LAX” (Geffen) moves 7-10 with 42,000 (-16%).
Other debuts this week include All That Remains‘ “Overcome” (Prosthetic/Razor & Tie, No. 16, 29,000), Raphael Saadiq’s “The Way I See It” (Columbia, No. 19, 23,000), Avenged Sevenfold’s “Live in the LBC &; Diamond in the Rough” (Warner Bros., No. 24, 20,000) and Eli Young Band’s “Jet Black & Jealous” (Universal South, No. 33, 15,000).
At 6.92 million units, sales this week are up 1.1% from last week’s sum and down a 16.5% from the same week last year.
All That Remains fans have caught the band live on the Ozzfest tour, have seen their videos on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball, and now have something to look forward to this Tuesday with the band’s new LIVE DVD.
This DVD should keep the momentum of their debut release, “The Fall of Ideals” going strong.
This DVD captures not one, but two live shows from Philadelphia and Baltimore, during the band’s tour in 2007.
As a bonus, you also get all six of All The Remains music videos.: The Air That I Breathe, Not Alone, This Calling, Tattered On My Sleeve, This Darkened Heart and The Deepest Gray plus photos, interviews and some additional bonus material.
This is a very cool collection for All That Remains fans and should not be missed. This DVD hits the stores on Tuesday, October 30th.
Metal and hardcore fans out to grab these up quick!!
Here is the All That Remains Video, “Not Alone”.
Rating:Out of 10