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Overcome

by All That Remains

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Overcome

by All That Remains

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Label: Prosthetic/Razor & Tie
All That Remains put their serious chops to exhaustive use on this fourth full-length. And while there are plenty of the careening elements that highlighted 2006's The Fall of Ideals, ATR step up the production just a bit too much, rendering the vocals so polished and clean you could eat off 'em. Still, when the machine-gun double bass and major-league melodic guitars/wailing solos kick in on tracks like "Days Without," the metallic onslaught is enough to match the precedent and skill of both Lamb of God and Dragonforce alike.

About This Album

All That Remains put their serious chops to exhaustive use on this fourth full-length. And while there are plenty of the careening elements that highlighted 2006's The Fall of Ideals, ATR step up the production just a bit too much, rendering the vocals so polished and clean you could eat off 'em. Still, when the machine-gun double bass and major-league melodic guitars/wailing solos kick in on tracks like "Days Without," the metallic onslaught is enough to match the precedent and skill of both Lamb of God and Dragonforce alike.

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About This Album

All That Remains put their serious chops to exhaustive use on this fourth full-length. And while there are plenty of the careening elements that highlighted 2006's The Fall of Ideals, ATR step up the production just a bit too much, rendering the vocals so polished and clean you could eat off 'em. Still, when the machine-gun double bass and major-league melodic guitars/wailing solos kick in on tracks like "Days Without," the metallic onslaught is enough to match the precedent and skill of both Lamb of God and Dragonforce alike.