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Event Archive - All That Remains, The End, The Acacia Strain, Too Pure to Die

Fri. September 28th 2007 Croatian Cultural Center (All Ages)
6:30 doors at 6pm
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, Scrape Records, Scratch Records
Presented by: Live Nation, 99.3 the FOX
on sale fri 8/3 @ 10am

After touring with Sounds of the Underground Europe, Ozzfest 2006, Gwar and DragonForce, All That Remains is embarking on its first headlining tour in support of its latest record The Fall of Ideals. Where 2004’s This Darkened Heart was the quintet’s breakthrough to a wider audience, The Fall of Ideals ups the ante with pieces that are more aggressive, and more accessible as well.

Since leaving a stamp on the underground metal scene with its 2002 debut Behind Silence and Solitude, All That Remains has become one of the most talked-about heavy acts in the metal scene. All That Remains’ desire to continually evolve, yet retain its trademark heavy and technically skilled sound, makes it one of the most exciting metal bands of its time. With The Fall of Ideals, All That Remains has truly come into its own.


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All That Remains (metalcoreish)

"I think it is safe to say that All That Remains is a metalcore band," says Philip Labonte, All That Remains' singer. "We try to cover lots of ground, but do stuff that is still true to ourselves: we do solos because we like them; we do breakdowns because we like them; we have clean singing because we like it. We please ourselves first." All Tha... more info

The End (Tech Metal)

Formed in the early spring of ?99 this Canadian quintet consisting of members Steve Watson, Anthony Salajko, Sean Dooley, Tyler Semrick-Palmateer and Andrew Hercules immediately began writing songs with the simple intention of making good music. By May of ?99 the band had written their first four songs which were released in an untitled demo. The b... more info

The Acacia Strain

“ We strive to write the heaviest music possible, bottom line,” says vocalist Vincent Bennett. “The three guitars, full stacks, and A# tuning help in doing this.” That's right, three guitars. Most bands need to record multiple guitar tracks in the studio to achieve the kind of heaviness The Acacia Strain deliver every time they step on stag... more info
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