All That Remains' Philip Labonte has checked in online to reveal that the band has finished recording sessions for their next album.
All That Remains
All That Remains were involved in a road accident while heading to the final gig of their 2013 tour with Soil, Era and Cry to the Blind. Yesterday (Dec. 15), during wintery weather in New York, a car slammed into the band's tour bus, putting a huge dent into the luggage compartment. Following the crash, a state trooper asked for the names and dates of birth for each person on board the bus, leading to an angry rant by singer Phil Labonte.
In a recent interview we conducted with All That Remains' Phil Labonte, the singer criticized Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello for his political views. After reading the interview, Morello responded to Phil Labonte's comments with a Twitter post directed straight at the All That Remains frontman.
All That Remains continue to rock ear drums with their sixth studio album ‘A War You Cannot Win.’ Their latest single ‘What If I Was Nothing’ has been making a big impact on rock radio, and the band is wrapping up a tour with Asking Alexandria before embarking on a series of dates through Dec. 28.
The Rock Allegiance Tour may have reached the final week of its 2013 run, but that didn’t stop the bands on the bill from laying it all out on the stage when they rolled into the Lowell Memorial Auditorium in Massachusetts on Sept. 27.
As Asking Alexandria gear up to release their new disc ‘From Death to Destiny' on Aug. 6 via Sumerian Records, the band is already planning for the future with a monstrous North American Tour run in the works. The trek will mark their biggest headlining U.S. tour to date and will feature quite a lineup of heavy hitters from the rock and metal genres.