All That Remains at the House of Blues Orlando

All That Remains

I can’t think of a better way to get over the Thanksgiving food coma than to attend an amazing concert. All That Remains kicked off the last leg of the Last Hero Tour in Orlando at the House of Blues. The crowd was definitely ready to rock, packing the floor in front of the stage quite early for the show with more coming as the night went along. As one of my favorites, I was extremely happy to be able to cover this show. Playing some of the old songs, new songs and even a cover of “The Thunder Rolls” by Garth Brooks, All That Remains kept the fans on their feet, hands in the air rocking along to the sounds of “Madness” and many other fan favorites. Near the end of the set, they played two of my absolute favorites, “What if I Was Nothing” from A War You Cannot Win and “This Calling” from The Fall of Ideals.  Phil is one of the few that can go from beautiful melodic vocals to a hard core metal scream without missing a beat.  The band stays true to their own style and feelings with no regard to the mainstream standards creating their own unique modern metal music for all to enjoy.  

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