Happy Friday everyone! Jesus Christ (Kanye pun intended), there are a LOT of new releases to get to today! Of course, Kanye West finally dropped the Gospel-themed Jesus is King, but I’m also chomping at the bit to hear the new Cigarettes After Sex. And then in the Metal world there’s Mayhem, Fit for An Autopsy, Sunn O)), and I’m also planning to review Bad Wolves, who are a massively popular band I have yet to dive into. Oh, and that Alter Bridge review is coming. I double pinky promise.
But for now, I had a lot of fun traveling down memory lane to rank the discography of the Massachusetts Metalcore powerhouse that is All That Remains. As I discuss in the video, there’s nothing quite like listening to a band with the context of their entire career arc at the forefront of your mind. For me, it totally transforms the way I see certain albums.
And All That Remains was an interesting one to do because of how MUCH and how LITTLE I regard different parts of their catalogue. It’s a topsy-turvy ride. And of course, I got to squeeze in a tribute to the late great Oli Herbert. Watch the full video below: