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All That Remains - For We Are Many

Richard Cartey
Richard Cartey 15 October at 14.00
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All That Remains fans you have plenty to feast upon

For some reason it’s startlingly inoffensive that All That Remains largely refuse to develop upon their heavily established metalcore base. Perhaps it’s because the tracks on ‘For We Are Many’ are impeccably written and performed, or because, unlike so many chug imps, All That Remains actually helped found the genre that countless have leeched upon. Besides, Oli Herbert’s ethereal guitar leads are always unceasingly addictive. Still, the Massachusetts five-piece don’t hit as many compositional peaks as predecessor ‘Overcome’, although tracks like ‘Hold On’ and ‘The Last Time’ bridge the gap considerably. ATR fans, you have plenty to feast upon.

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