It's been a big year for All That Remains, as the band have engaged in a heavy tour schedule in support of their The Order of Things album. With the live show being such a big part of their life, the group decided to let the cameras roll while on tour and that's turned into the new video for "Victory Lap."

The clip takes fans up onstage, behind the scenes backstage, inside their meet-and-greets and on the bus for the quieter moments, truly showing the life of a touring musician. Frontman Phil Labonte says of the live video, "We're excited to announce the release of our new video for ‘Victory Lap’. We wanted to do a live video because that's such a huge part of making music for us. So we hope you enjoy this little taste of ATR on the road."

And there's no sign that the end of the road is near. The group currently has dates booked through Dec. 18 before taking their holiday break. See their current tour leg below and keep an eye here for any future tour dates. The band is headlining shows with support from Devour the Day, Audiotopsy and Sons of Texas.

While on tour, the band is promoting their The Order of Things album. The disc has already yielded the songs "No Knock," "This Probably Won't End Well," "For You" and "Tru-Kvlt-Metal." The album debuted at No. 25 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart earlier this year.

All That Remains 2015 North American Tour Dates

12/9 -- Charlotte, N.C. -- Fillmore
12/11 -- Portland, Maine -- Asylum
12/12 -- Hartford, Ct. -- Webster Theater
12/13 -- Baltimore, Md. -- Rams Head Live
12/14 -- New York, N.Y. -- Gramercy Theater
12/16 -- Lancaster, Pa. -- Chameleon Club
12/17 -- Flint, Mich. -- Machine Shop
12/18 -- Millvale, Pa. -- Mr. Smalls

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