Massachusetts heavy metal band All That Remains will be heading to the Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun on April 3rd to begin their four month world tour. The band will be supporting their latest album "The Order Of Things," which was released back in February and debuted at #25 on the Billboard album chart.
The new twelve-song release begins with the thunderous drumming from Jason Costa on "This Probably Won't End Well" as lead singer Philip Labonte is in top form. Their hardcore heavy metal prowess comes blasting through on "No Knock," before hitting a more mainstream metal chord with the adrenaline pumping "Divide." Things slow down for the meaningful delivery of "For You," but quickly return to the quick heavy metal bashing of "A Reason For Me To Fight." The album's latest single "Tru-Kvlt-Metal" is an aggressive monster that looks to destroy all in its path, before closing the album with the seven-minute prog-metal feel of "Criticism And Self-Realization."
Check out All That Remains live at Mohegan Sun on April 3rd for free, before they head out on the road. They will be returning to the state in May, performing at the Webster Theater along with In Flames and Periphery. To find out more about the tour and the new album "The Order Of Things," please visit allthatremainsonline.com.