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All That Remains, ‘For We Are Many’ — New Album

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One of the biggest sleeper metalcore sensations of 2008 were All That Remains, which landed at 16 on the Billboard charts with ‘Overcome,’ selling 240,000 copies thanks in part to the hits ‘Two Days’ and ‘Forever in Your Hands.’ The Massachusetts band will follow up the disc with their fifth album ‘For We Are Many’ on Oct. 12.

The album was recorded this spring at Zing Studios in Western Massachusetts and produced by Killswitch Engage guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz, who also worked with the band on 2004′s ‘This Darkened Heart’ and 2006′s ‘The Fall of Ideals.’

“‘Fans of ‘Overcome’ won’t be disappointed, but the disc will also offer new twists and turns,” frontman Phil Labonte said in a recent interview.

Several songs from ‘Overcome’ — ‘Days Without,’ ‘Undone’ and ‘Forever in Your Hands’ — are currently available on the Rock Band Network for the Xbox Marketplace.

All That Remains will tour North America with As I Lay Dying and Unearth in September and October before heading to Europe for November and December.
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