All That Remains singer Phil Labonte appeared on Loudwire Radio recently to discuss the military, religion and the band's new album 'A War You Cannot Win' with the show's host, Sandman. In case you missed it, check out a transcript of the interv
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All That Remains are a polarizing band. Frontman Phil Labonte isn’t afraid to speak his mind, and as the group’s success has increased, so have the haters. ‘A War You Cannot Win’ will have those critics complaining louder than ever, but the album should draw legions of new fans that will embrace ATR’s style.
It was recently announced that All That Remains would be hitting the road with Dethklok, Machine Head and Black Dahlia Murder for a massive fall tour. Before this trek, ATR will play Rock Vegas with numerous heavy-hitting hard rock acts such as Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Shinedown, Godsmack and Staind. The two-day event takes place Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Sept. 29.
The awesome tour announcements just keep rolling in, and we couldn't be more pumped. Cartoon Network's 'Metalocalypse' death metal heroes Dethklok will be headlining a North American tour with some of the strongest supporting acts you'll see from any upcoming tour. Joining Dethklok will be Machine Head, All That Remains and the Black Dahlia Murder.
All That Remains have shared both the cover art and a lyric video for 'Stand Up' from their upcoming seventh studio album 'A War You Cannot Win,' which follows the disc 'For We Are Many.' The album drops on Nov. 6 via Razor & Tie. Just in time for Election Day, which is poignant in relation to the band, given politically informed frontman Phil Labonte's recent public comments about the right to bear arms and Tom Morello.
All That Remains, who have been in the news a bit lately due to singer Phil Labonte's outspoken comments and controversial opinions on gun control and Tom Morello, have dropped their new single 'Stand Up (Stand Up)' from the upcoming disc 'A War You Cannot Win.' The verdict? It's another ATR song primed for rock radio.
It certainly is a fun period for fans of the First Amendment. We recently had Dave Mustaine sharing his theories about President Obama "staging" the recent mass shootings to approve anti-gun legislation, only to see Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx rip into the Megadeth vocalist over his comments. Now, it looks like we're getting a good old battle between Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello and All That Remains' Philip Labonte over Morello's recent commentary on Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan.