All That Remains have dropped a heart-wrenching new video for the track "Everything's Wrong," marking the band's first music video with recently added guitarist Jason Richardson.

Grab some tissues, and check out the video below.

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"The video really captures the song's meaning about how when something slips away," vocalist Phil Labonte explains. "It can seem like the whole world has crashed down around you. Things that used to make sense no longer do. When something goes bad in your life, the ripple effect can really touch everything else—things you used to do, places you used to go, even people who you used to be friends with."

The emotional new video stars former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore.

"We're super excited to share this video with everyone. Everyone in ATR really feels like the video captured the song perfectly. We're also excited that Enzo Amore could be a part of it—he really did a great job in the lead role," Labonte says. "[Guitarist] Mike Martin is a big wrestling fan, and Enzo was a pro in the WWE for a while. He's great on the mic, and we think he did a great job capturing the feeling we were looking for. So please give it a look, and don't forget to smash that 'like' button."

The track comes from All That Remains' album Victim Of The New Disease with the video marking the first since the passing of guitarist Oli Herbert.

Check out the heart-tugging video for "Everything's Wrong" below.

Just before their European tour, All That Remains recruited Richardson (Born Of Osiris and Chelsea Grin) as a temporary replacement. In February, the band welcomed him as a permanent member.

Herbert passed away last October due to accidental drowning in a nearby pond. A toxicology report revealed that the guitarist had unprescribed medications in his body at the time of death. Herbert had been self-medicating manic-depression, according to his wife. It was originally believed that the drugs made Herbert delusional and thus resulted in an accidental drowning.

However, recently, police have started growing suspicious of the guitarist’s death.

What do you think of the band's emotional new video? Sound off in the comments below!

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