Sat Apr 6 2019

6:30 PM (Doors 5:30 PM)

Club LA

34876 Emerald Coast Pkwy Destin, FL 32541

$24.50

Ages 16+

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99 Rock Presents
All That Remains / Attila plus special guest Escape The Fate

  • All That Remains

    All That Remains

    Heavy Metal

    If you want to leave a lasting impression, get to the point...
    Clinging to airtight songcraft, knifepoint precise metallic instrumentation, and stadium-
    size hard rock hooks, All That Remains cut right to the chase on their ninth fulllength
    album, Victim of the New Disease [Fearless Records]. In fact, the quintet—
    Philip Labonte [lead vocals], Oli Herbert [lead guitar], Mike Martin [rhythm guitar],
    Jason Costa [drums], and Aaron Patrick [bass, backing vocals]—perfect their patented
    pummeling by wasting no time or energy at all.
    “We just try to trim away all of the fat,” exclaims Labonte. “It’s easy for metal
    bands, ourselves included, to get self-indulgent and write parts for the sake of parts.
    Unless an idea makes a song better, there’s no reason to put it in. We always put the
    song first. That’s how you stick with people. If you just write good songs, everything
    else will be okay.”
    That philosophy cemented the Massachusetts group as one of this century’s most consistent
    purveyors of heavy music with a bulletproof canon of arena-worthy anthems.
    All That Remains’ discography is highlighted by Top 10 Active Rock radio hits such as
    their first number one “Stand Up,” “Two Weeks,” “What If I Was Nothing,” and more.
    Averaging 1 million monthly listeners on Spotify (an unprecedented feat for a metal
    band in any era), cumulative sales eclipse 1 million albums worldwide. Not to mention,
    they’ve earned five consecutive Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top Rock Albums
    Chart and four in the Top 5. Most recently, 2017’s Madness spawned the smash cover
    of Garth Brooks’ “The Thunder Rolls,” which trended on VEVO and generated 21 million
    plus total views and 8 million Spotify streams in under a year’s time. In addition
    to packing houses as a headliner, they’ve practically burned down the stage everywhere
    from Rock on the Range to Welcome to Rockville.
    When it came time to commence writing for what would become Victim of the New
    Disease, the boys decided to go back to square one. All That Remains holed up in the
    Chicopee, MA rehearsal space they’ve occupied since 2010 and dove into writing
    alongside an old friend producer Dan “DL” Laskiewicz [Unearth, The Acacia Strain].
    “We were trying to focus on what we do best,” the frontman continues. “We wanted
    to be heavy. We didn’t want to go to L.A. and work on a record out there again like
    we did with Madness. We wanted to do it where we were comfortable at home. That
    method has always done really well for us. We got together in the old practice space
    and hammered out riffs, ideas, and songs that resonated with us.”
    For the first time, the band recorded proper demos complete with music and lyrics,
    marking “the most striking difference” between previous releases. With “DL” behind
    the board as producer and mixing courtesy of Josh Wilbur [Lamb of God, Gojira], they
    delivered a striking, succinct, and sharp collection of ten anthems.

    “We decided to throw a curveball,” grins Labonte. “...And do the the heaviest record
    since For We Are Many in 2010! It was the perfect way to follow-up Madness where we
    did some different styles and songs and even covered a country song. People might’ve
    expected something more experimental, but throwing curveballs is what we do.”
    All That Remains kick down the door on Victim of the New Disease with the deadly
    barrage of opener “Fuck Love.” Chainsaw-sharp riffing and guttural growls roared as
    the musicians make good on this heavy promise.
    “We’ve started a few records with something that really kicks hard,” he goes on. “You
    take your heaviest song and say, ‘This is how we’re going to set the tone for the rest
    of the album. Here you go.’ ‘Fuck Love’ is the most aggressive song we’ve done in a
    while. It’s burner. We dig beginning with a shocker.”
    Meanwhile, the first single “Everything’s Wrong” hinges on an energetic groove that
    builds towards an immediately chantable chorus still underscored by muscular double
    bass.
    “If we get a good hook, we like to make sure it’s maximally exposed,” says the singer.
    “We want something you’ll hum later with lyrics you might be able to relate to. However,
    for the first time, we got to leave the double bass in!”
    Then, there’s “Just Tell Me” [feat. Danny Worsnop]. On the hypnotic anthem, Labonte
    locks into an unbreakable harmony with Worsnop, adding another dimension to the
    record.
    “We’ve been friends with Danny for a long time,” he continues. “We loved what he
    did. He wanted to do something more chill, and I think he hit a homerun. If you’re
    into rock ballad songs, you’ll appreciate it.”
    Everything culminated on the visceral and vital “Victim of the New Disease,” which
    hints at “how some ideas don’t work out—and continue not to work out, but we keep
    trying them” over a fiery and focused four-on-the-floor riff.
    In the end, All That Remains uncompromisingly tread the same path they’ve trodden
    for nearly two decades and delivered a definitive body of work on the way
    “This band is my life,” Labonte leaves off. “It’s twenty years of being a musician.
    We’ve been able to weather some storms in the music industry, survive, and come out
    thriving. We didn’t just ride a trend; we built a real career out of writing songs. We
    don’t have a look or a gimmick. We have five dudes who write songs.” — Rick Florino,
    September 2018
  • Attila

    Attila

    Metalcore

     
    Genre
    Party Metal/ Rock & Roll
     
     
    Band Members
    Chris "Fronz" Fronzak -Vocals- @FRONZ1LLA
    Chris Linck -Guitar- @chrisATTILA
    Kalan Blehm -Bass- @kalanAdamb
    Bryan Mcclure - Drums
     
     
    Hometown
    Atlanta, GA
  • Escape The Fate

    Escape The Fate

    Post-Hardcore

     
    Band Members
    Robert Ortiz
    Craig Mabbitt
    Kevin "Thrasher" Gruft
    TJ Bell
     
     
    Hometown
    Wherever the tour bus takes us

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99 Rock Presents

All That Remains / Attila plus special guest Escape The Fate

Sat Apr 6 2019 6:30 PM

(Doors 5:30 PM)

Club LA Destin FL
All That Remains, Attila, Escape The Fate

$24.50 Ages 16+

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