Whether it's Rams Head Live in Baltimore, the Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY, or any of
the other top-tier venues that All That Remains might show up at, this is just one of those bands that you have to see up
close and personal sooner or later if you're a metal fan. Head out and see what all of the excitement is about by snagging
a few seats, which will bring you to the forefront of the action as All That Remains looks to rock the stage once again at
a venue near you.
This is an American metal band that you just can't duplicate anywhere outside of the stands alongside
your fellow fans, though that's not something that you're going to learn sitting on your couch wondering how the concert is
getting on. Put down the remote and see for yourself what has All That Remains fans eagerly anticipating each and every one
of their major shows as they tour the country looking to put on one amazing show after another.
All That Remains
Where did this rock band first come together?
That place would be Springfield, Massachusetts, a smaller
town just about an hour and a half from Boston. Coming together in the late 1990s, it didn't take All That Remains too long
to hone their craft and come up with the type of music that would energize metal fans all over the country. Often erroneously
referred to as a Christian or metalcore band, All That Remains has a sound all to their own, though they still are loosely
considered to be part of the heavy metal scene.
And did you know that one of their biggest influences was John Mayer?
so they were also heavily influenced by classic metal bands like Iron Maiden and Megadeath, but guitar player Mike Martin
also understands the talents of softer musical styles like Mayer, making them an eclectic group influenced by a wide variety
of interesting musical sounds and styles.
All That Remains Background
All That Remains is a red-hot death
metal band with a bite, and they've rocked the nation with their hard-hitting tunes since the late 1990s. They've released
six chart-topping albums that have garnered them much success and an intense following of die-hard fans, making them an indelible
part of the heavy metal scene in the process as they've gone from one well-received tour to the next over the years. Though
they've gone through several different manifestations, with several different band members coming and going, the sound that
got fans going at the very beginning is still what packs them in whenever All That Remains hits the road for a highly anticipated
All That Remains rose to fame thanks to guitarist Oli Herbert and singer Phil
Labonte, formerly of Shadows Fall. They debuted in 2002 with Posthetic Records and released their debut album Behind Silence
and Solitude. Although the band had some success with their first two albums, mainstream success came with the release of
their third album The Fall of Ideals. The album topped the Billboard 200 charts at No. 75 and sold almost 13,000 copies in
its first week. The success of this album helped them to earn a song on the soundtrack for the movie Saw III, a spot at Ozzfest
2006 and a song on the popular video game "Guitar Hero." Since then, the band has released three more albums that have peaked
above No. 20 on the US charts.
The Concert Experience
There has never been a better time to head out to
a great concert loaded with moments that you'll be talking about well after it's over. Sure, there are plenty of ways to listen
to music these days, but it's a completely different experience to actually be there so you can feel the pulse of the crowd
and watch your favorite musicians take the stage for an unforgettable concert experience – and that definitely holds
true when it's a talented metal band like All That Remains.
This metal band knows a things or two about connecting with
a live audience, making it always a good idea to put down the remote and head out for a night of music that will have you
reaching for the playlist as soon as you get home. The concert experience is nothing short of unbelievable, as any fan can
attest, but it's still something that you have to get immersed in if you want to truly appreciate. When a great band like
All That Remains takes to the stage, the energy will be nothing short of unbelievable, giving you plenty of reasons to click
off the sound system and head out to see it all happen before your very eyes as All That Remains looks to put on yet another
great show for their dedicated fan base.