All That Remains look to be recording first new material in years
This afternoon All The Remains vocalist Phil Labonte shared a brief video clip on his X account. The video shows Labonte approaching a desk in a recording studio while some newly recorded material is playing.
Could this be new All That Remains material?
Labonte would spill the beans while replying to a user asking if that was Labonte in the song, to which he replied it was him and the rest of the band.
The band last released Victim of the New Disease in November of 2018, which was their last full-length. Shortly before the album's release guitarist Oli Herbert mysteriously passed away a week after signing his own will. Details surrounding Hebert's death are still somewhat a mystery to this day, with many speculating Hebert's widow was involved of at least knows more details than what she has given. At one point in 2022, years after his death, she offered up the scenario that a 'mystery woman' may have murdered Herbert.
All That Remains did tease that the band was working on a new album in 2020 (the first with out Herbert) and hoped to release that collection of work in 2021, but that never happened. Could this be that material that was spoken of? Who knows. But we do know that new All The Remains is on the way.
Also of note, in February of 2022 former bassist Matt Deis rejoined the group after his departure in 2005 and long time drummer Jason Costa parted ways with the band after 17 years just this past summer.
As far as a timeline on when the new material will be released Labonte gave some insight on that in late-September replying to another fan on X.