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Tuesday, December 19, 2017
All That Remains at Capone's

The rainy weather didn't stop fans from attending All That Remains return to Johnson City on Thursday night at one of the areas premiere venues for live music, Capones. It's been almost 4 years since the band has taken the stage at Capone's, so it's no surprise that the show was sold out. I saw a lot of Carolina Rebellion shirts in the crowd. As they waited in line to enter the venue, many expressed how much they enjoyed the band at the festival over the summer. You can tell All That Remains always leaves an impression on the crowds they play to. There were also a lot of first timers in the audience anxious to get in and experience it for themselves.

Johnson City locals Arm The Witness kicked the night off amping up the crowd. Next up, a favorite at Capone's: Washington D.C.'s Super bob, stepped in to rock the stage as always with their unique brand of rock is always well received.

Next up to bat, the veteran headliner All That Remains. They have been hard at work on their "Madness" tour in support of their eighth studio album of the same name that was released in April. Of the 14 song setlist, the band started off the night with the singles "Halo" and "Madness" to an extremely warm reception from the fans. After giving the crowd some more fan-favorites off previous albums, the band broke out their new billboard charting single: The Thunder Rolls. Originally written by country artist Garth Brooks, the song would definitely be considered a departure from their normal release singles but they definitely made it their own for the better. Covering a song so out of genre could not pan out for others, but the experienced band pulled it off handily. Not forgetting the old school fans, ATR included many songs from their back catalog including: "Six", "The Air That I Breathe" & "This Calling". As you'd expect, every long time ATR fan in Capones still love hearing those parts of their catalogue live.

It's always nice to see a packed house of smiling faces enjoying themselves, and ATR delivers that at every show I've seen with them on the bill. The band definitely kept the audience on their toes & jumping all night long. After almost 20 years, the band is still delivering nightly. Highly recommend you catching them in your area as they never disappoint!

The Madness tour is set to wrap up on December 23rd in Montreal.

For more info & tickets, be sure to check out www.allthatremainsonline.com

Don't forget to follow the members on social media to see what they're up to on the road.

Click here to see the full album of photos from the night below.

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