All That Remains Are Done With 7th Record

Singer Philip Labonte hails producer Josh Wilbur's input.

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All That Remains have finished recording their seventh album, Metal Hammer reports.

Frontman Philip Labonte reveals on Facebook that work on the follow-up to 2012's "A War You Cannot Win" is done.

He says: "Our part of the record is done. Nothing more to track. Tones are all picked out and decided on. Solos, overdubs, leads, backing vocals and vocals all done.

"So, in a weird way, it's almost as if we're done being creative for two years. Now it's all just doing everything we can to get in front of as many people as we can."

The American metallers worked with Lamb of God and Gojira producer Josh Wilbur on the album, which is due for a late 2014/early 2015 release.

Labonte adds: "Josh helped us in new and unexpected ways to do what we always try to do when we put out a record, and that's release something that challenges what All That Remains is and can do. He's a great songwriter and producer."

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    Here's hoping it sounds more like Overcome and The Fall of Ideals than For We Are Many and A War You Cannot Win.
    I thought For We Are Many was pretty good. The last album was way to commercial. Hopefully they have given up trying to write the next grammy winning pop metal ballad. Their guitarist is amazing.
    It's been so sad watching probably THE band that got me into metal in my teens, and one of my favorites, just go straight to ****. FWAM was alright at times, Overcome had it's bright spots to (albeit shoddy production), but their last album (can't even remember the name off the top of my head) was just garbage.
    They've tasted the mainstream success so i'm not expecting much different from than the last
    I have little hope for this album, and especially after hearing Phil say that ATR has "transcended metal" in an article where he basically says that you're not a musician if you are in metal...
    I don't know what it is about these guys, but they are 100% hit or miss for me. I absolutely loved Fall of Ideals, Overcome was meh (granted it had some really good tracks, especially the opening track), I loved For We Are Many, and then I think I got 3 or 4 tracks into A War You Cannot Win and just lost interest... So by this method, the new album should be amazing? Please?
    Since this is produced by Josh Wilbur, this could actually become a really good album...