ALL THAT REMAINS checks in from Europe

The band will head to Japan and the United States in the next few months.

ALL THAT REMAINS will then travel to Japan, where they’ll play with Dragonforce (with whom they toured America in 2006), before finally returning Stateside in April, when they will headline the first night of the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival in Worcester, Mass. The band will perform additional dates throughout the spring before spending the summer as part of the Rockstar Mayhem tour; further details will be revealed in the near future.

“It’s been a while since we’ve been overseas and I wasn’t sure what to expect,” vocalist Phil Labonte says, “but many shows have been sold-out and we’re hearing similar things about the rest of the tour. We were really excited to play Gothenburg. There are so many bands from there that were so influential to us and lots of other bands who are from our area. I mean, right now I’m on tour with The Haunted! That band has had such a huge impact on the sound of ATR over the years. We’re also really excited for our first trip to Australia – good times all in all!”

The new ALL THAT REMAINS album, Overcome, has already sold more than 120,000 copies in America since its September street date – the group’s third release to cross the six-figure mark domestically. Following its #16 debut, the album to date has spent 12 weeks on the Billboard Top 200. Meanwhile, their single “Two Weeks” continues to receive impressive radio support around the country, and currently sits at #20 on the active rock radio chart (click here to view a list of stations).

The band’s music video for “Two Weeks” – recently voted the second-best clip of 2008 by viewers of MTV2’s “Headbangers Ball” – is now available for purchase on iTunes, as are the music videos for all of their prior releases. The ATR iTunes store can be accessed at this location:


3/26 Zepp Fukuoka – Fukuoka, Japan***

3/27 Zepp Osaka – Osaka, Japan***

3/30 Zepp Tokyo – Tokyo, Japan***

4/1 Zepp Sendai – Sendai, Japan***

4/4 Zepp Sapporo – Sapporo, Japan***

4/17 Palladium – Worcester, Mass. (New England Metal and Hardcore Festival)

7/10 Sleep Train Amphitheatre – Sacramento, CA**

7/11 Shoreline Amphitheatre – San Francisco, CA**

7/12 Glen Helen Pavilion – San Bernardino, CA**

7/14 White River Amphitheater – Seattle, WA**

7/17 Cricket Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ**

7/18 Journal Pavilion – Albuquerque, NM**

7/19 Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater – Denver, CO**

7/21 Sandstone Amphitheater – Kansas City, MO**

7/22 Verizon Wireless Amph – St. Louis, MO**

7/24 Lakewood Amph – Atlanta, GA**

7/25 Verizon Wireless Music Center – Indianapolis, IN**

7/26 First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre – Tinley Park, IL**

7/28 Molson Amphit – Toronto ON**

7/29 Toyota Pavilion – Scranton, PA**

7/31 Blossom Music Center – Cleveland, OH**

8/1 Post Gazette Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA**

8/2 DTE Energy Music Theatre – Detroit, MI**

8/4 Comcast Center for the Performing Arts – Boston, MA**

8/6 Virginia Beach Amphithea – Virginia Beach, VA**

8/7 Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ**

8/8 New England Dodge Music Center – Hartford, CT**

8/9 Nissan Pavilion – Washington, D.C.**

8/11 Ford Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL**

8/12 Cruzan Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach, FL**

8/14 Center – Dallas, TX**

8/15 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX**

8/16 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre – San Antonio, TX**

* w/ The Haunted

** Rockstar Mayhem festival

*** w/ Dragonforce

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