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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

Coming from a picky music fan, but die hard atr fan

With all of the $hitty music coming out these days, all that remains is really the only band I can always count on. This album is different from the fall of ideals, but I still think it is better. It brings a different sound more melodic, but more heavy. I do see how this album is getting no much mixed reviews. Mostly because of the all singing songs like two weeks, forever in your hands (kinda) and believe in nothing, but let me clearify this for everyone. Two weeks was just a very successful attempt for ATR to get some radio air play and it definately worked. Forever in your hands is the next single for ATR probably because it has almost no screaming in it, but it is still a great song, and Beleive in nothing is a Nevermore cover, though not mind-blowing, good. This album is still better than 95% of all the crappy metal out there. My favorite songs are before the damned- an agressive fall of ideals type song chrion- perfect example of how a changing band should sound days without- my favorite song of the album a song for the hopless- starts out sounding like the sleep by pantera, then becomes fast and aggressive with 2 of the most insane guitar solos I have ever heard. So get this if you are tired of bad music

The Jury is still out on this one

I can't decide if I like it... well I definetly like it, I just can't decide how much.

Don't get me wrong it has great songs, but they have totally changed their sound.

Two Weeks, their most purchased song, is just not metalcore. All That Remains is my favorite metalcore band. If it was a song by somebody else I would probably like it but it's just not what I want to here from all that remains. (People are gonna get defensive and click not helpful, but I'm just keeping it real...)

Than again, this album has some AMAZING songs. Chiron is probably my favorite. In closing, buy this, buy it now, but be prepaired for something different.

It's a change, but trust me, they're still good

As far as the members, Jason Costa has replaced former drummer Shannon Lucas, who left to join The Black Dahlia Murder. Anyhow, I don't see why you guys are complainging. So what if they changed their style a litte? They are still the best metalcore band, and there is still screaming in their songs. Also, if you guys are serious when you say "Oh this is my favorite band" then you'd support ATR no matter what direction they took their music.

Before the Damned-[9.9/10]-Overcome's equivalent to The Weak Willed. It's heavy, fast, and Phil's growls are pretty brutal! The Second best song on the album :)

Two Weeks-[9.2/10]-This is the song that made me discover All That Remains. It's pretty good, it's very catchy, and it's also on radio! It's not my favorite on this CD, but I still love it to death.

Undone-[8.8/10]-Not as catchy as Two Weeks, but god I love how fast Jason drums!!! And Phil once again pulls off killer vocals :D (no homo)

Forever In Your Hands-[9.5/10]-One of the cleaner vocaled songs on here, but it's still good. If you hate the screams, buy the radio edit version. But you should really get this version!!!

Chiron-[10/10]-Tons of screams from Phil,it's overall a fast song, and Jason drums pretty good. It all sums up to be one of ATR's best songs! If you only get one song, be sure to get this one. You won't regret!

Days Without-[9.3/10]-Another cleaner song, but it's still pretty good. The clean vocaled parts are extremely catchy! An underrated song in my opinion.

A Song For The Hopeless-[8.5/10]-It starts off soft and melodic, but wait until 55 seconds into it. It gets better, but one of the lesser powerful songs on the album in my oponion. It's still good, though.

Do Not Obey-[7.9/10]-It's not bad, but it's not the best on here. If you're getting this song, get the rest of the album. It's still a great song, just not the best on this CD.

Relinquish-[7.5/10]-It gets pretty fast, and trust me, Jason Costa's drumming and Oli and Mike's riffs will have you headbanging. However, the vocals aren't the best we've heard from Phil.

Overcome-[8.4/10]-Once again, incredibly fast as usual, but that's the drumming. Everything else is okay. Kinda catchy, too :D

Believe In Nothing-[9.1/10]-just like Two Weeks, it's a song tha has NO scream vocals whatsoever. But don't get pissed; it's a cover of Nevermore, and ATR didn't want to edit it with their style. It's a very good melodic song, and has awesome, slow solos. :D

Like I said before, this is a different side of ATR, but they are still my favorite band no matter what!

Anyway, if you like All That Remains, be sure to check out their other CDs (But make Behind Silence and Solitude your last check, it's only reccomended for diehard fans), and check out these bands:
-Killswitch Engage
-As I Lay Dying
-Demon Hunter
-The Devil Wears Prada
-The Agony Scene
-In This Moment
-Shadows Fall
-In Flames

Enjoy! :D


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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