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article imageReview: All That Remains soars at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in NY Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 26, 2017 in Music
Wantagh - On May 25, heavy metal band All That Remains rocked Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall on Long Island, with a high-energy show.
They kicked off their set with their title track of their newest album, "Madness," as blue lights dimmed from the stage. They immediately broke into the spitfire and carefree "Halo," where they were able to instantly lure their fans in the set with its opening lyrics: "there is no judgment day." This song featured a killer electric guitar solo from lead guitarist Oli Herbert.
It was followed by the powerhouse "This Probably Won't End Well," where the fans were singing "cause there's always, there's always right now," back to them. They continued with "Stand Up" and the pulsating "No Knock," where Philip Labonte nailed the lead vocals.
After the mid-tempo "The Last Time," the fans put their hands up in the air, as they were ordered to do so. "Get your fucking hands in the air," the band screamed, and they continued with "Six" and "Hold On."
All That Remains was phenomenal on their rendition of Garth Brooks' "The Thunder Rolls," which had an acoustic vibe to it thanks to Herbert and rhythm guitar player Mike Martin.
They closed with "What If I Was Nothing?" and their 11-year-old signature song "Two Weeks." "Thank you very much," they said. "Until next time. We're All That Remains."
The Verdict
Overall, All That Remains was able to rock out Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh, New York. Their show was eclectic with heavy songs, upbeat tunes and even a soaring Garth Brooks cover. Jason Costa nailed the drums, while Aaron Patrick proved to be all about the bass. The entire band soared as a whole, and their Mulcahy's concert garnered an A rating. Well done guys!
For more information on All That Remains and their touring schedule, check out their official website.
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