Pre-Order Bundles Available Now At Allthatremainsonline.com
All That Remains (ATR) will release its much-anticipated new studio album, A War You Cannot Win on November 6th 2012 via Razor & Tie. The new album will be the band’s seventh studio album to date and their follow up to For We Are Many.
A War You Cannot Win pre-order bundles have launched and are available at Allthatremainsonline.com. The bundles include a variety of exclusive new t-shirts, hoodies, posters and vinyl as well as the full album and digital download. The ultimate bundle also includes a special, limited-edition ATR Bullet USB containing album extras.
A War You Cannot Win sees ATR reunited with longtime producer Adam D (The Devil Wears Prada, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage). The record is the culmination of an intense writing period for the group that began shortly after 18 months of touring in support of their last album For We Are Many. The band will tour heavily in support of the new album with a fall tour to be announced soon.
AOL Noisecreep recently selected A War You Cannot Win as one of the ten metal albums to watch for this fall, declaring the band “served up pure Mass-metal for fans of all things heavy.”
One of the leading rock/metal bands in music today, ATR has sold more than 930,000 units to date and 1,350,000 tracks to date. The band’s last album, For We Are Many, debuted at #10 on the Billboard Top 200 chart in 2010 and sold 178,000 albums to date. The band has also had enormous Active Rock Radio success – their last single off the album, “The Waiting One,” went top 5 on the Active Rock Radio chart making ATR’s first ever Top 5 single and also the band’s fifth consecutive hit single at Active Rock. For We Are Many also spawned 2 additional Top 10 tracks, “Hold On,” and “The Last Time” which spent a combined calendar year charting at the format. All That Remains has toured extensively including a headlining runs as well as tours with Asking Alexandria, Buckcherry, Black Label Society, Hollywood Undead, Five Finger Death Punch as well as a few major radio and international festivals.