All That Remains Score Third Top 10 Rock Single With ‘The Last Time’

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All That Remains Keep Momentum Going with ‘The Last Time’

The guys (and girl) of All That Remains have some celebrating in order. The metal band’s latest track, “The Last Time,” has jumped into the Top 10 on the active rock radio chart, making it All That Remains’ third Top 10 hit on the chart. The group’s new album, For We Are Many, also produced the chart-topped “Hold On,” which spent 3-1/2 months in the Top 10 on the active rock chart.

Nashville’s Rob Graves, who has also worked with RED and Pillar, produced “The Last Time.”

“I just heard ‘The Last Time’ is in the top 10 at rock radio,” lead singer Phil Labonte said in a release. “ … To think that we started as a band that most people cast off as ‘just another Massachusetts metal band.’ and now we’ve crossed into a format that wouldn’t have been able to touch anything off our first three records. And we’re still one of the heaviest bands on the radio.

“To all the fans who called in requested us, our label for working so hard, and the program directors and stations who listened, we can’t thank you enough. It’s pretty cool to be in All That Remains. Thanks so much.”

All That Remains, who just wrapped up a tour with Hollywood Undead, will tour this fall with Five Finger Death Punch on the “Share the Welt” tour, also with Hatebreed and Rev Theory. The tour starts Oct. 16 in San Francisco and wraps Nov. 2 in Oklahoma City, Okla.

All That Remains spent much of the past year touring to support, For We Are Many, playing over 240 gigs headlining and serving as support for Buckcherry, Black Label Society and more.


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