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The explosive metal quintet has come to be known for their heavy riffs, memorable hooks and rowdy live shows. Revolver Magazine recently dubbed them "the future of American metal".Of the band's new album, vocalist Phil Labonte said, "People have a certain idea of what this band is. When they hear the new stuff, they will notice a new approach integrated with our original style. The riffs sound familiar, but with the new layers of song dynamics, it's now a completely different animal. It's almost like a new way to look at an old friend."

1. This Calling
2. Not Alone
3. It Dwells In Me
4. We Stand
5. Whispers (I Hear Your)
6. The Weak Willed
7. Six
8. Become The Catalyst
9. The Air That I Breathe
10. Empty Inside
11. Indictment

Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 11, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • ASIN: B000FVBLEI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,566 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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95 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine the Werewolf on July 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
ALL THAT REMAINS - The Fall of Ideals

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Herbet, Martin, and Lebonte are back with 2 new members (J Sagen - Bass // S Lucas - Drums) and their finest offering yet with `The Fall of Ideals'.

From start to finish this is an 11-song masterpiece, filled with powerful riffs, melodic choruses and blistering breakdowns... And though this album is truthfully nothing new in terms of Metal-core, it is leaps and bounds above the competition. Generally speaking the Killswitch-Style of heavy verses and overly melodic, sing-a-long chorus don't do it for me... Truth is, I just can't stop listening to this (And even singing along!) Phil Lebonte is one of metal's finest and easily most diverse vocalists, showcasing high pitched shrieks, low growls, hard-core screams, and a fantastic singing range. Herbert and Martin, as always, rock the guitars with fantastic song writing and face melting solos. New addition female bassist, Jeanne Sagen holds her own providing a nice backdrop for the insane guitar work of her counterparts. Other new comer Shannon Lucas is an absolute savage behind the kit... giving the All that Remains camp the well need heavy boost which 'This Darkened Heart' had lacked on drums.

Honestly, I could rant and rave about this album but I will spare your time...

All you need to know is THIS is the premier New-Wave-Of-American-Metal album... hands down!

Prior to this CD I would have ranked, `This Darkened Heart' or Unearth's `The Oncoming Storm' as the premier Metal-Core Album.... But this, my friends, takes the cake!

Favorite Songs: Whispers (I Hear You), The Weak Willed, Indictment, and Empty Inside

-4.75 Stars.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Cole on August 3, 2007
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This album is stunning, all the way around. Musically, you can't find a better quote, "Metalcore" band than All That Remains: the incredibly solid guitar team of Oli Herbert (whose guitar tone and style is very reminiscent of Soilwork's Peter Wichers) and Mike Martin, with their gallop-picking riffs 'a plenty, the monstrous, vomit-inducing/sickening drum work of Shannon Lucas... And then you have, undoubtedly one of the greatest metal vocalists around representing his multi-varied range, from death metal cookie monster growls, rabid screams, and over-the-top melodic singing, Mr. Brutality himself, Phil Labonte! What is amazing about this album is how catchy it is for being heavily-laden with death metal and even black metal influences abound. There are also some obvious Soilwork-like groove metal with guitar harmonies galore. This band really knows what they are doing. Perhaps it's the polished production that makes it sound so solid and good, however, I have seen videos of this band live on YouTube, and they know how to bring it. Needless to say, this is no run-of-the-mill cliche "Metalcore" band. This is a band that has re-written the book and approach of the whole Metalcore genre, and defies being pigeon-holed into Metal Sub-genre. All That Remains owns!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Submission Artist on July 11, 2006
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Ok, If you aren't already a fan All That Remains, now is the time to get with the program. This CD has it all; agression, excellent song writing, top tier production and most of all....actual due dillegence by the band in creating a CD worth purchasing.

Unlike a lot of stuff out there nowadays where you can tell a band either didn't take the time to create a quality product (taking into account all the elements I mention above) or just plain tried to hard, All That Remains really came through on this one.

For some time, this CD is going to be "all that remains" in my CD player.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on July 14, 2006
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All That Remains' second release, 2004's "This Darkened Heart," should have been their breakthrough. But it wasn't. So, perhaps in an attempt to cross over into the mainstream finally, the band added a substantial amount of more melody to their follow up, "The Fall Of Ideals." But, even though it's up for debate whether All That Remains wanted to expand their fanbase or just expand their sound (and not make a "This Darkened Heart" rehash), there's almost no denying that "The Fall Of Ideals" is a changed sound.

There are positive and negative aspects of this newfound melody. On the plus side, there are quite a few more catchy, memorable, and infectious choruses. But, since about every song has a cleanly sung refrain, ATR now sound quite a bit less identifiable and more like an Atreyu, Caliban, or Killswitch Engage clone (it's only a coincidence that KsE guitarist Adam D. produced this disc, though.) But there are ample aggressive guitar riffs and raging yells on here to prevent All That Remains from completely redefining their sound. And, to their credit, this band is capable of adding melody to their metal without having to haul out the acoustic guitars for a cliche interlude or album closer.

"This Calling" is a good example of these songs' structure: a heavy intro with long, almost emo-like screams leading into the verses (consisting of rapid, punching riffs, hard-hitting drums and throaty yells), segueing into a soft, gentle chorus with limpid singing, and concluding with a mini guitar solo. This is a good song which comes together well, and the pleasant-sounding chorus serves as a nice break from the throaty yells.
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