ALL THAT REMAINS Continue Comeback With “Let You Go”

 ALL THAT REMAINS made an triumphant return last month with the release of the explosive new single “DIVINE.” Watch the video here.

The track was lauded by Metal Hammer as “swinging for the fences… with a chorus that is begging to be screamed by thousands of fans,” while Revolver concurred that “it’s an all-power anthem of pinch-squealed technicality and stadium-ready sing-along hooks — makes for a righteous metalcore return.” Elsewhere, Consequence labeled it what it truly is —  “a dynamic return.”

Today, the band has dropped another brand new banger with “Let You Go.”

The track was produced by Josh Wilbur (Parkway Drive, Lamb Of God, Trivium, A Day To Remember), who also produced “Divine.”  

Watch the video for the song, which kicks off with a gnarly riff and then goes for the jugular with a stadium-sized chorus and monster breakdown, here

“As a lyricist, I find songs about the human condition to be most compelling,” says singer Philip Labonte. “‘Let You Go’ is a great example of that. So many can relate to being in a bad relationship that you can’t seem to break out of. Be it with a substance (or with a person) and this song speaks to that struggle so many of us are familiar with.”

The video was directed by Tom Flynn (I Prevail, As I Lay Dying, Lamb Of God).

“Divine” marked ATR’s first original new material since the passing of their long-time guitar player Oli Herbert.

The new songs are a period of rebirth for the band, which is, for the first in its career, 100% independent and will be releasing future material on its own.

 ATR will hit the road this summer on the Destroy All Enemies Tour with Megadeth and Mudvayne. All dates are below.

Led by frontman Labonte, All That Remains features Jason Richardson (ex-Chelsea Grin/solo artist), Anthony Barone (drums), Matt Deis (bass), and Mike Martin (rhythm guitar).