ALL THAT REMAINS TO HOST SPECIAL THURSDAY NIGHT "HEADBANGERS BALL"
Massachusetts quintet ALL THAT REMAINS, whose latest album Overcome has sold more than 150,000 copies since its September release, will appear on a special edition of MTV2's "Headbangers Ball" this Thursday (April 30) at 11 p.m. EST/PST. The program will feature videos and interviews with the band, as well as footage shot backstage at the inaugural Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which took place in Los Angeles on April 7 and which will air on MTV2 on Saturday (May 2). The Golden Gods broadcast will include a live rendition of current Top 10 active rock hit single "Two Weeks," marking the band's first performance to be shown on television.
"I am a lucky dude, 'cause even though it seems like I keep saying this over and over, it's a REALLY good time to be in ALL THAT REMAINS right now," says vocalist Phil Labonte. "We have SO many really awesome things that have been going on, and I can't say thanks enough to everyone who keeps supporting us. We played the first Revolver Golden Gods Awards here in the States a few weeks back, and it was a GREAT show. The band really felt like we were firing on all cylinders and had a great time. We also got to see the KsE dudes, and that's always a good time. Being part of the first ever U.S. metal awards show is pretty sweet, and we were really flattered to be a part of it.
"It's also good to hear that Headbangers Ball is getting an injection of life," he continues. "It's great to be featured in the build-up to the awards show, and it's pretty cool that we are getting our FIRST TV performance with Headbangers Ball. They have supported us since we made our first video for 'The Deepest Gray!'
"Thanks to everyone who's been supporting us 'cause things are AMAZING. Be on the look out for us, 'cause we're on the road forever! Come rock!"
In other ATR news, guitarist Mike Martin will be interviewed live on Austin's KROX-FM (101X) tomorrow (Apr. 28), prior to the band's headlining show that night at Emo's.
ALL THAT REMAINS recently co-headlined the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival and is in the middle of an extensive spring tour that includes week-long stretches with both Slipknot and Disturbed. The group will then spend the summer touring with the Rockstar Mayhem Festival. A complete list of their upcoming North American tour dates is below.
4/28 Emo's – Austin, TX
4/29 Dos Amigos – Odessa, TX
5/1 Gators – Farmington, NM
5/2 The Farm - Phoenix, AZ (KUPD radio show)
5/4 Knitting Factory - Spokane, WA
5/5 Knitting Factory - Boise, ID
5/6 Murray Theatre - Murray, UT
5/8 Zoo Amphitheatre - Oklahoma City, OK w/ Slipknot
5/9 North Shore River Walk Park East - Little Rock, AR w/ Slipknot
5/10 Hartman Arena – Park City, KS w/ Slipknot
5/12 Canaries Stadium – Sioux Falls, SD (KRRO radio show)
5/13 Alltel Center – Mankato, MN w/ Slipknot
5/14 US Cellular Center – Cedar Rapids, IA w/ Slipknot
5/16 Columbus Crew Stadium – Columbus, OH (Rock On The Range)
5/25 John Labatt Centre - London, ON w/ Disturbed
5/26 Ricoh Coliseum - Toronto, ON w/ Disturbed
5/27 Bell Centre - Montreal, QC w/ Disturbed
5/29 Moncton Coliseum Arena - Moncton, NB w/ Disturbed
5/30 Halifax Forum Arena - Halifax, NS
6/1 Agora - Quebec City, QC w/ Disturbed
6/2 Scotia Bank Place - Ottawa, ON w/ Disturbed
7/10 Sleep Train Amphitheatre – Sacramento, CA*
7/11 Shoreline Amphitheatre – San Francisco, CA*
7/12 Glen Helen Pavilion – San Bernardino, CA*
7/14 White River Amphitheater – Seattle, WA*
7/17 Cricket Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ*
7/18 Journal Pavilion – Albuquerque, NM*
7/19 Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre – Denver, CO*
7/21 Sandstone Amphitheater – Kansas City, MO*
7/22 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater – St. Louis, MO*
7/24 Lakewood Amphitheater – Atlanta, GA*
7/25 Verizon Wireless Music Center – Indianapolis, IN*
7/26 First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre – Tinley Park, IL*
7/29 Toyota Pavilion – Scranton, PA*
7/31 Blossom Music Center – Cleveland, OH*
8/1 Post Gazette Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA*
8/2 DTE Energy Music Theatre – Detroit, MI*
8/4 Comcast Center for the Performing Arts – Boston, MA*
8/6 Virginia Beach Amphitheater – Virginia Beach, VA*
8/7 Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ*
8/8 New England Dodge Music Center – Hartford, CT*
8/9 Nissan Pavilion – Washington, D.C.*
8/11 Ford Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL*
8/12 Cruzan Amphitheatre – West Palm Beach, FL*
8/14 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre – San Antonio, TX*
8/15 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX*
* Rockstar Mayhem Festival