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All That Remains

March 10, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm

$25
All That Remains at The Apollo Theatre AC on Sunday, March 10, 2019

All That Remains, w/:

  • Attila
  • Escape The Fate
  • Sleep Signals

@The Apollo Theatre AC
Sunday, March 10
Doors = 5:30 pm
Show = 5:45 pm
All Ages
Beginning Tickets’ Price = $25

All That Remains

All That RemainsFormed by guitarist Oli Herbert and ex-Shadows Fallvocalist Phil Labonte in 1998, Massachusetts’ All That Remains debuted in 2002 with Behind Silence and Solitudeon 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 Remainswent through some lineup changes, and guitarist Mike Martinwas added for their 2004 breakthrough on Prosthetic Records, This Darkened Heart. Produced by Killswitch Engage’s Adam Dutkiewicz and released to rave reviews, the record landed All That Remains on various shows and tours with the likes of GWAR, the Crown, Arch Enemy, Darkest Hour, and more. They continued touring nonstop behind Heart, taking a break only in late 2005 to begin writing new material for their third full-length. Working again with Dutkiewiczand Prosthetic, the band recorded The Fall of Ideals, which appeared in July 2006. By this time, the group comprised Labonte, Herbert, Martin, drummer Shannon Lucas, and bassist Jeanne Sagan. All That Remains hit the road once again, spending time on the European leg of the Sounds of the Underground tour and that summer’s Ozzfest; nationwide headlining dates were completed that fall.

Overcome followed in 2008, and included two singles (“Chiron,” “Two Weeks”) that also appeared in the video game franchise Rock Band. Their fifth album, For We Are Many, was produced by Dutkiewicz and appeared in 2010. The album shot to the tenth spot on the Billboard 200 while the band set out on tour with Hatebreed and Five Finger Death Punch. All That Remains’ eclectic sixth album, A War You Cannot Win, arrived in 2012; it was almost, though not quite, as successful as its predecessor, going to number 13 on the Billboard chart. It was three years before the band dropped another record. For 2015’s The Order of Things, produced by Josh Wilbur, they upped the ante, making it faster, heavier, and more melodic than ever before. The album was preceded by the brutal single “No Knock.” In 2017, All That Remains issued their eighth studio long-player, the Howard Benson-produced Madness, via Razor & Tie. Channeling the sonic heft of 2010’s For We Are Many, the band issued the punishing Victim of the New Disease in 2018, this time via Fearless Records. (Source)

Attila

AttilaParty-hearty death metal rockers Attila formed while in high school in their hometown of Atlanta in 2005, around the core of founders Chris “Fronz” Fronzak (vocals) and Sean Heenan (drums). The band played parties and festivals in and around Atlanta. Their first long-player, 2007’s Fallacy on Statik Factory Records, has been an underground favorite since its release. Their second album, 2008’s aptly named Soundtrack to a Party, was also issued on Statik Factory; it garnered the same praise as its predecessor. Attila’s popularity on the death metal scene is due in part to creating their own ironically named subgenre called “Party Death Metal.” Rather than take themselves seriously — as nearly every other practitioner of the hardcore punk-meets-extreme metal prowess called death metal is wont to do — Attila take a lighthearted, laid-back party animal approach, writing utterly ridiculous lyrics to accompany their fast and furious thrashing. The band has toured with Arsonists Get All the Girls, See You Next Tuesday, Chelsea Grin, American Me, and We Are the End. The band’s personnel changed considerably during its formative years and finally stabilized in 2008 with Heenan and Fronz, bassist Paul Ollinger, and guitarists Nate Salameh and Chris Linck. Artery Recordings was formed by the partnership between Artery Management and Razor & Tie, who’d heard about Attila via Chelsea Grin. Label boss Mike Milford saw them perform on the Grand Slam tour in 2009 and signed them. Rage, their debut recording for Artery, appeared in 2010. Produced by Joey Sturgis (We Came as Romans, the Devil Wears Prada), Outlawed arrived in 2011, followed in 2013 by About That Life. The band’s sixth studio long-player, the Sturgis-produced Guilty Pleasure, arrived the following year, and in 2016 they made the move to the Markus Staiger- and Shawn Keith-founded SharpTone Records and released a new album, Chaos. (Source)

Escape The Fate

Escape the FateFormed in 2004, Las Vegas post-hardcore group Escape the Fate prided itself, above all else, on an energetic and visceral live show. Following the demise of their previous band, singer Ronnie Radke and bassist Max Green recruited keyboardist Carson Allen, guitarist Omar Espinoza, and drummer Robert Ortiz. Debuting live barely one month after forming, the band found early success via local radio outlets and quickly amassed a devoted hometown following.

There’s No Sympathy for the Dead By September 2005, Escape the Fate had won a local radio contest judged by My Chemical Romance. The gig awarded them the opportunity to open a show on the band’s headlining tour with Alkaline Trio and Reggie & the Full Effect, which subsequently led to a record deal with Epitaph. Their five-song EP There’s No Sympathy for the Dead appeared in May 2006, with their full-length debut, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, following in September of that year. Prior to both releases, keyboardist Allen left the band, with guitarist Espinoza also leaving amicably in 2007 after the two releases. The lineup shifts continued as singer Radke was ousted in 2008 due to continued drug problems and his involvement in an altercation that led to an indictment on a charge of battery.

This War Is Ours The remaining members recruited former blessthefall vocalist Craig Mabbitt to fill the vacant frontman position, and the revised lineup immediately hit the studio in mid-2008 to record their sophomore album, This War Is Ours, which subsequently reached number 35 on the Billboard charts that October. The album was a departure from Escape the Fate’s earlier emo-inspired sound, and featured a more streamlined, hard rock approach. They immersed themselves in a heavy touring schedule and, in early 2010, began working with producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Bullet for My Valentine) on their third LP. Released later that year, the self-titled album would be their first for DGC/Interscope and fared well commercially, entering the charts at number 25.

Ungrateful They continued to tour heavily, playing shows around the world before releasing their follow-up album, 2013’s Ungrateful. Their ever-shifting lineup continued to evolve, with founding member Green departing and his replacement, TJ Bell, taking over on bass. Brothers Monte and Michael Money manned the guitars and, in addition to the lineup changes, Ungrateful also saw a shift to a different label, this time coming out on Universal imprint Eleven Seven Music. Arriving in late 2015, Escape the Fate’s fifth album, Hate Me, was helmed by veteran producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Bon Jovi, Daughtry), and featured a lineup consisting of Mabbitt, Robert Ortiz, TJ Bell, and Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft. They returned in 2018 with the full-length I Am Human, featuring the singles “Broken Heart,” “Do You Love Me?,” and “Empire.” (Source)

Sleep Signals

sleep signalsA hard-hitting modern metal and post-hardcore quintet from Minneapolis, Sleep Signals built a significant grassroots following thanks to relentless touring and quality independent EPs like 2016’s Transitions and 2017’s At the End of the World.

Formed in 2014, Sleep Signals have endured a succession of lineup changes during their career, with guitarist and primary songwriter, Robert Cosgrove, remaining the band’s helmsman. Following a 2015 full-length debut called Open Your Eyes, the quintet returned in 2016 with the streamlined five-song EP Transitions and continued to tour heavily throughout the U.S. alongside bands like Screaming for Silence and Lydia Can’t Breathe. Working with producer Justin Rimer (Saving Abel, 12 Stones), Sleep Signals kicked off 2017 with the single “I’ll Save You,” which appeared on their second EP, At the End of the World, later that year. They spent much of 2018 supporting the release with a lengthy U.S. tour with Atreyu, Ice Nine Kills, and Memphis May Fire. (Source)