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From Ashes to Anthems: All That Remains’ ‘DIVINE’ New Era


All That Remains

In the electric cosmos of metal, a phoenix rises from the ashes, its wings unfurling with a melody so potent it could only be divine. All That Remains, a name etched in platinum and the hearts of fans, breaks the silence with a thunderous beat, heralding their return with “DIVINE” — a single that ignites the soul and commands the eyes and ears to bear witness.

The track is not merely a collection of notes and lyrics; it’s a beacon of resurgence, the first since the stars dimmed with the loss of their celestial guitarist, Oli Herbert. The void he left is unfillable, yet his spirit echoes in every chord of “DIVINE.”


As the airwaves of Sirius XM’s Octane and Liquid Metal resonate with this new anthem, it’s clear that All That Remains has not only returned but has been reborn. With Josh Wilbur, the alchemist of sound, at the helm, the band’s latest creation is a fusion of past and future, a tribute woven into a battle cry.


This rebirth marks a new era for the band, one where they soar on their own terms, under their own banner — All That Remains Records. It’s a declaration of independence, a testament to their journey, and a promise of what’s to come.


Philip Labonte, the voice that has weathered storms and celebrated victories, speaks of time’s passage and change’s inevitability. "It's been a long time since All That Remains released new music," he reflects. "A lot has changed...in both the band, All That Remains, and in the world around us. When we lost Oli in 2018 it was hard to envision a path forward, six years later and I am proud to share 'Divine' with you. All That Remains has new life, and that is thanks to the fans for their years of support. We would not be here without them. Go listen to 'Divine' and hit me up on twiX with your comments." 


The summer sun will witness All That Remains joining forces with titans Megadeth and Mudvayne, a trinity of power setting stages ablaze across the land. The lineup is a pantheon of talent: Philip Labonte leading the charge, Jason Richardson shredding reality, Anthony Barone’s drums as the heartbeat of the earth, Matt Deis grounding the rhythm, and Mike Martin, the architect of harmony.


So, to the readers of this digital tome, prepare your senses. “DIVINE” is not just a song; it’s an experience, a moment in time where all that was lost is found, and all that remains is truly divine.


All That Remains Divine

ALL THAT REMAINS ON TOUR:

WITH MEGADETH + MUDVAYNE:


8/2 — Rogers, AR — Walmart AMP

8/3 — Houston, TX — 713 Music Hall

8/5 — Albuquerque, NM — Isleta Amphitheatre

8/6 — Denver, CO — Ball Arena

8/8 — Phoenix, AZ — Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

8/9 — Los Angeles, CA — YouTube Theater

8/10 — Concord, CA Toyota — Pavilion at Concord

8/12 — Auburn, WA — White River Amphitheatre

8/13 — Bend, OR — Hayden Homes Amphitheater

8/16 — Las Vegas, NV — Bakkt Theatre at Planet Hollywood

8/17 — Salt Lake City, UT — Maverick Arena

8/20 — Irving, TX  — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

8/21 — Austin, TX — Germania Insurance Amphitheater

8/23 — Macon, GA — Atrium Health Macon Amphitheater

8/24 — West Palm Beach, FL — IThink Financial Amphitheatre

9/3 — Tinley Park, IL — Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre

9/5 — Huntington, WV — Marshall Health Network Arena

9/6 — Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion

9/7 — Raleigh, NC — Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek

9/9 — Reading, PA — Santander Arena

9/10 — Albany, NY — MVP Arena

9/11 — Boston, MA — Leader Bank

9/13 — Bethel, NY —Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

9/14 — Wantagh, NY — Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

9/15 — Richmond, VA — Virginia Credit Union Live!

9/17 — Cincinnati, OH — Riverbend Music Center

9/18 — Pittsburgh, PA — Stage AE

9/20 — Noblesville, IN — Ruoff Music Center

9/21 — Clarkston, MI — Pine Knob Music Theatre

9/24 — Minneapolis, MN — The Armory

9/26 — St. Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre STL

9/27 — Southaven, MS — Bankplus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove

9/28 — Nashville, TN — Nashville Municipal Auditorium




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