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All That Remains – The Order of Things Review

All That Remains – The Order of Things Review

When it comes to music you always know you’re in for something great when you get hooked on the first few bars of an albums opening track!

This is exactly what can be said for “The Order Of Things” from metal juggernauts “All That Remains” who deliver an insanely solid album from the opening track “This Probably Wont End Well” all the way through to closer “Criticism And Self Realization”. You’ll want to raise your fist in the air, throw up the horns and head bang until your heart is content! Order of Things is the follow up to 2012’s “A War You Cannot Win”, in a recent interview vocalist Phillip Labonte was quoted in saying that “This album is far better than our last one”.

The First single to the album “No Knock” was released in November 2014 on You Tube under Labonte‘s pseudonym “Harrison Ford”, the track was then released on the bands You Tube channel. The album has also spawned two more single  “This Probably Wont End Well” (which has an accompanying music video) was released on  January 13 2015 and “Tru-Kvlt Metal” being released February 10. Check out “This Probably Wont End Well”:

If you asked me to chose a singular stand out track I wouldn’t be able to as the album is full of gems, and is proof that metal will always be around for future generations to discover and enjoy because regardless of what “sub-genre” you dig we are all part of the much larger metal family with bands such as “All That Remains” leading the way.

The Order Of Things is out NOW through Razor & Tie records and make sure to check out the bands back catalogue  as well!
Jase L Herbert


March 22nd, 2015

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