All That Remains

All That Remains detail new album, reveal special song collab

All That Remains detailed their new album and announced a special song collab!

September 28, 2018
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All That Remains surprised fans with the drop of their new song “Fuck Love,” and today, they’ve announced details of their forthcoming album.

Read more: Could Slipknot be touring with All That Remains?

A few weeks ago, All That Remain’s frontman Phil Labonte confirmed that the band’s forthcoming album was completed. Fast forward to today, fans now have details of the band’s follow-up to last year’s The Madness.

The band’s new record will be titled Victim Of The New Disease, and it’s set to be released in a couple of months on Nov. 09. You can pre-order your copy of it here.

Additionally, through looking at the tracklist, it was revealed that Asking Alexandria frontman, Danny Worsnop will be lending his vocals to their track “Just Tell Me Something.”

Victim of the New Disease tracklist:

01. Fuck Love
02. Everything’s Wrong
03. Blood I Spill
04. Wasteland
05. Alone In The Darkness
06. Misery In Me
07. Broken
08. Just Tell Me Something (feat. Danny Worsnop)
09. I Meant What I Said
10. Victim Of The New Disease

The band is currently on tour, and dates and ticket options can be viewed here.

It was reported last week that one innocent tweet from a fan may be the cause of possibility of one of the coolest tours of 2019: a co-headlining run with Slipknot and All That Remains.

A Twitter user took to his account to post an ideal collaboration. “Just sitting here waiting for an @CoreyTaylorRock  and an @philthatremains collab,” the post reads.

While fans think of amazing tour collabs all the time, this one caught the eye of Labonte, who seemingly echoed his the Twitter user’s thoughts on the matter, saying he’d be down to tour with Taylor in any capacity – whether that be Slipknot or Stone Sour.

Corey Taylor eventually chimed in with, “We’re gonna make this happen.”

An official tour hasn’t been confirmed, but we can only hope that the groups will make it happen.

Written by Beth Casteel

Beth is a journalism and film student that runs on little sleep and a whole lot of coffee. She’s a big fan of eating pizza, talking about her love of Seaway and going to a ridiculous amount of shows in Cleveland.