Oli Herbert, founding member and lead guitarist of the acclaimed metal band ALL THAT REMAINS, was interviewed by Akseli Heikkilä of Domination TV at the 12th annual Tuska open-air metal festival, which was held June 26-28, 2009 at Kaisaniemi in Helsinki, Finland. Watch the six-minute chat below.
ALL THAT REMAINS drummer Jason Costa broke his hand last month and is unable to play the band on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival , which kicked off on July 10. Temporarily replacing Costa on the trek is Tony Laureano, who is best known for his work with such bands as DIMMU BORGIR and NILE.
In addition to the festival dates, the group will play a series of club shows with HATEBREED, DEVILDRIVER, DISTURBED and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE.
ALL THE REMAINS had its first Top 10 hit at rock radio with "Two Weeks", from the band's fourth album, "Overcome".
"Overcome" has sold 184,000 copies in the United States so far, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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