All That Remains Songs Ranked

All That Remains is an American heavy metal band from Springfield, Massachusetts, formed in 1998. They have released nine studio albums, a live CD and DVD, and have sold over a million records worldwide. The group currently consists of vocalist Philip Labonte, rhythm guitarist Mike Martin, former Diecast drummer Jason Costa, bassist Aaron Patrick, and lead guitarist Jason Richardson, with Labonte being the last remaining original member. In spite of this, the band’s line-up had remained consistent from the release of 2008’s Overcome until 2015’s The Order of Things, spanning four albums. This line-up changed, however, in September 2015, when long-time bassist Jeanne Sagan left the band, with Patrick taking her place and then again on February 5, 2019, when the band confirmed that Jason Richardson would be joining the band to replace the deceased lead guitarist and original member, Oli Herbert. Here are all of All That Remains songs ranked.

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20. This Probably Won’t End Well (The Order of Things, 2015)

“This Probably Won’t End Well is about the breakdown of some form of relationship — whether it’s personal to the band or the relationship between artist and listener, it won’t end well. But this all makes me wonder if it is an attempt to take the ammunition way from critics who won’t tolerate them.”

19. The Thunder Rolls (Madness, 2017)

“I felt as if I could “feel” his emotions pouring out of his soul through this song. This is a great rendition of one of my most favorite songs from my favorite artist and it has a cool old school twist that is totally captivating”

18. … For We Are Many (For We Are Many, 2010)

“Very strong song, fast, the intro fades right into this song and man its good. Very heavy, good riffing, not blown away but a good song. Love the guitars in this song, very original, the chorus is sick, the lyrics are very strong.”

17. Empty Inside (The Fall of Ideals, 2006)

“This song is kickass from beginning to end. I love the screaming on the chorus, it’s like full of pain. Definitely one of my favorite songs by All That Remains! Awesome vocals and the solo just epic, highly underrated.”

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16. Faithless (For We Are Many, 2010)

“Doesn’t overstay its welcome. It’s quick and truly graceful in its tone. phil’s vocals again near the end show his growth and willingness to change. the bridge is pretty sick as well.

15. Before the Damned (Overcome, 2008)

“”Before the Damned” has a very heavy scream from Phil and kicks into a poppy catchy chorus that almost sounded a little emo but it will grow on you and after giving it a couple listens it won’t sound emo, especially considering this band is far from emo.”

14. Keepers of Fellow Man (For We Are Many, 2010)

“I listened to this song and instantly I was in love with this band. It was the first song I heard by them, but I knew that if they were to make something as good as this, then they would have to be amazing.”

13. Forever in Your Hands (Overcome, 2008)

“There was a particular emphasis on melody and catchy choruses with this release but there are plenty of serviceable riffs and quality solos to sink your teeth into here”

12. Won’t Go Quietly (For We Are Many, 2010)

“This one in particular has a unique rhythm that sets it apart from the others. Specifically, the instrumentals are top notch (not they aren’t in the others) and truly compliment Phil’s godly voice. Some may find the outro ‘out of place’ but I think its pretty sweet”

11. The Air that I Breathe (All That Remains: Live, 2007)

“Absolutely blood-pumping all-out non-stop action-packed song full of perfect riffs accompanied by incredible percussion and, as always, flawless vocals. The guitar solo left every single strand of hair in my body standing!”

10. Whispers (I Hear You) (The Fall of Ideals, 2006)

“The chorus is one of the best one’s I’ve ever heard! Unbelievable chorus… I don’t get tired of it. Deserves to be put on here. It has a great beat and the vocals are clean.”

9. Hold On (For We Are Many, 2010)

“This song is pure harmony. No doubt about it. Not as great as “Two Weeks” but it definitely a notable song to mention. Best song by ATR. Hands down no comparison”

8. Chiron (Overcome, 2008)

“Honestly the best solo I’ve heard. Oli Herbert gives the great John Petrucci a run for his money! Great work is done on this song. I recommend everyone listening to this song.

7. Not Alone (The Fall of Ideals, 2006)

“I listened to this song and instantly I was in love with this band. It was the first song I heard by them, but I knew that if they were to make something as good as this, then they would have to be amazing.”

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6. What If I Was Nothing (A War You Cannot Win, 2012)

“Great song with good melody. Incredible mix of growls and softer singing. The guitar is very good. Even if you are not a fan you should listen to this song. It’ll make a fan out of anyone”

5. The Last Time (For We Are Many, 2010)

“It’s got a very melodic sound with the perfect balance of screaming and singing.  I think EVERYBODY should listen to and love this song! Fast-paced and pretty cool. again, Phil’s pitch is what really grips you.”

4. The Waiting One (For We Are Many, 2010)

” This one actually fits the mood perfectly. Phil’s vocals emotionally grip you throughout the entire song. It walks on that fine line of ‘hard -rock’ but remains atr all the way.”

3. Six (The Fall of Ideals, 2006)

“Purely an awesome angry and emotional representation of what this band is. Awesome lyrics and instrumental and I nearly passed out listening to the solo the first time. Raw and powerful to the max.”

2. Two Weeks (Overcome, 2008)

“This song has so much meaning to it! I cried so much listening to it because I realized the lyrics became truer and truer throughout the song. This is the song and band that made me love screamo music”

1. This Calling (The Fall of Ideals, 2006)

“The chorus is what makes this song beautiful. The beginning is a little bit rough but the lyrics make the song. Different tones of screaming plus smooth guitar licks make this song number one. FYI: this was the first song I heard that got me into this band.”