STILL REMAINS: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

STILL REMAINS' new album, "The Serpent", is available for streaming in its entirety by following the link at

An e-card for "The Serpent" can be accessed at this location.

Due on August 7 via Roadrunner Records, "The Serpent" was recorded in Los Angeles with acclaimed producer Steve Evetts (STORY OF THE YEAR, HE IS LEGEND, SAVES THE DAY).

"Expect the unexpected with 'The Serpent', as these songs are faster, darker, heavier and more melodic; truly the most honest thing we have ever written as a band," the band's frontman, TJ Miller, previously said.

A video interview with STILL REMAINS, conducted by at the New England Metal and Hardcore Festival in April, has been posted at YouTube. Watch it in two parts: Part#1, Part#2.

STILL REMAINS recently sat down with Roadrunner Records for a chat about "The Serpent". Watch the footage at this location.


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