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Album Review

Taking a stand against the shifting trend towards ever more brutal and uniform metalcore that besets them from all sides, All That Remains actually took measures to increase the dynamic and textural diversity that already figured in their songwriting with 2008's Overcome — their fourth and arguably most accessible album yet. As has been the case throughout the Massachusetts quintet's career, the creative charge here is led by founding vocalist Phil Labonte, who consistently prioritizes clean-singing over savage growling and, for his efforts, successfully squeezes a few surprisingly catchy choruses and lyrics out of would-be singles such as "Two Weeks," "Forever in Your Hands," and "Believe in Nothing." His bandmates, meanwhile, see their instrumental contributions held ever in check by each song's optimal delivery; with Oli Herbert's flashiest guitar work saved exclusively for his consistently memorable solos (see "Before the Damned" and "Chiron," in particular), Jason Costa's typically busy percussive foundations never getting out of hand, and rhythm guitarist Mike Martin and bassist Jeanne Sagan holding own the backbeat with efficient reliability. Yes, the stylistic specter of Killswitch Engage still looms over many of the band's moves (as it does over much of the surviving New England metalcore scene, let's be frank), and a few less impressive songs ("Do Not Obey," "Relinquish," "A Song for the Hopeless") fail to leave a strong impression. But for all intents and purposes, Overcome offers very dependable melodic metalcore in the spirit of All That Remains' albums past, without succumbing to outright stagnation. And what's wrong with giving fans what they expect, after all?

Customer Reviews

Worth The Wait

This album lives up to expectations that have been set by the previous album although its different from the fall of ideals and they seem to have changed there style a bit there are still som songs with classic ATR in them but this album is awsum and i would buy it if your into bands like killswitch as i lay dying etc definatly worth buying best song is chiron in my opinion

How Is This Band Not HUGE??

This is one great album from one great band. Ive only recently come acroos these guys but they are by far now my favorite band. Chiron, Two Weeks and Undone are such a great songs. I love the drums and the vocals are truly melodic, yet powerful. These guys ruined my day at Soundwave because they were the first band I saw at 1pm and were so awesome that every band afterwards was a let down. I actually rate this album 6 stars out of 5.


Easily one of their best albums however the fall of ideals is still better. Two Weeks and Chiron are the best songs on the album. GO F*****G BUY IT!!!!


Formed: 1998 in Springfield, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed by guitarist Oli Herbert and ex-Shadows Fall vocalist Phil Labonte in 1998, Massachusetts' All That Remains debuted in 2002 with Behind Silence and Solitude on Metal Blade. Rounded out by drummer Michael Bartlett, guitarist Chris Bartlett, and bassist Danny Egan, the record first showcased the band's blistering and heavy take on melodically infused hardcore death metal. All That Remains went through some lineup changes, and guitarist Mike Martin was added in for their 2004 breakthrough on...
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