All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert’s Widow: “I Absolutely Did Not Kill My Husband”

During a recent interview with Daily Mail, Elizabeth Herbert, the widow of All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert, further opened up about her husband’s suspicious death. She also commented on the various accusations leveled against her, saying that she had nothing to do with the musician’s death.

As previously reported, Oli passed away in October 2018 and police have been investigating his death as suspicious. His body was found in a pond near his home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut and he had unprescribed antidepressants and sleeping aids in his system. Elizabeth also later revealed that his death was the result of drowning by issuing an odd sounding statement.

One week before Oli’s death, the guitarist also signed a will making Elizabeth the sole executor and benefactor. It also said that his sister Cynthia Herbert was not allowed to become executor or receive anything from his estate and that Elizabeth would get all “property as well as any current or future earnings.”

All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte previously expressed frustration with the lack of an arrest in Oli’s death, while seemingly referencing Elizabeth, who he previously called a “garbage human being.” He also revealed that the band couldn’t do anything with Oli’s name on it due to the financial dispute between them and Elizabeth. This includes benefits that the group wanted to do in his honor.

For her part, Elizabeth has since told the Daily Mail that she is completely innocent:

“I absolutely did not kill my husband. The police, they were talking to all these people who had an axe to grind with me. People are accusing me for various reasons, for revenge, for free publicity, to try to build careers for themselves.”

She also took issue with lead detective Michael Zella:

“You could tell he was fan of the band. Here he is, this country cop, and he’s working on a rock star who died. I think he got star struck and was on a power trip.”

Elizabeth also claimed that a mysterious woman named Penelope once pushed Oli into the pond after stepping on their property to find a missing dog:

“That did cross my mind when the police found my husband’s body – that it was Penelope. Did Penelope come back? Did he stumble down there on his own? We don’t know. All I know is I was upstairs in bed and when I came downstairs in the morning he wasn’t in the house.”

She also added the following about her and Oli’s relationship and his decision to make her his benefactor:

“We loved each other, we trusted each other and we were husband and wife, despite everyone else doing whatever they could to break us up. We were leaving each other everything, including making each other beneficiaries of each other’s life insurance policies.”

You can read more over at the Daily Mail.

Watch All That Remains Perform With Members Of Miss May I, Varials, & Tallah

As previously reported, All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte was forced to miss the band’s May 5 show in Fort Lauderdale, FL due to a “stomach bug.” As a result, the group ended up performing with fill-in vocalists Ryan Neff (Miss May I), Mitchell Rogers (Varials), and Justin Bonitz (Tallah). A number of fans also took part as well. You can find some fan-filmed footage from the concert below:

Phil Labonte To Miss All That Remains’ Ft. Lauderdale, FL Show Due To “Stomach Bug”

All That Remains’ Phil Labonte will be missing the band’s May 5 show in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The frontman was unable to the make the concert due to a “stomach bug.”

Labonte issued the following statement:

“Ft Lauderdale I have some terrible news. I have caught a miserable stomach bug and I will not be performing with All That Remains tonight at @RevolutionLive

But the show must go on! The band is there are there will be performing with some surprise vocalists and even some fans that are currently signing up to sing some ATR songs to help save the show!

I can’t tell you how sorry and upset am. I feel terrible but in my current condition I am not gonna be able to sing. I love you Ft Lauderdale and I’m wicked sorry.”

Watch All That Remains’ Full “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

After previously releasing a series of videos, All That Remains have now uploaded their full “The Fall Of Ideals” documentary. You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band are currently celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

All That Remains Drummer Jason Costa Exits The Band’s Current Tour, Anthony Barone To Fill In

All That Remains drummer Jason Costa has exited the band’s current tour “to deal with some personal matters.” During his absence, Anthony Barone (Beneath The Massacre, etc.) will be filling in. The group commented:

“All That Remains unfortunately has to announce that our drummer Jason Costa has to head home to deal with some personal matters. We love him and respect his decisions, we look forward to having him back when he is ready. We would like to thank Anthony Barone for jumping in at the last minute. Make some extra noise for him when you come to a show.”

All That Remains Share Part Three Of New “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

All That Remains have shared part three of the new documentary focusing on their 2006 album “The Fall Of Ideals.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

Bassist Matt Deis Rejoins All That Remains

Bassist Matt Deis has officially rejoined All That Remains. He will be replacing Aaron “Bubble” Patrick, who exited the band last year. The group commented:

“All That Remains is thrilled to welcome back to the stage Matt Deis on bass and backing vocals. Some of you may remember Matt from our earlier material, we’re stoked he is here, make sure to send him some love!”

All That Remains Share Part Two Of New “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

All That Remains have shared part two of the new documentary focusing on their 2006 album “The Fall Of Ideals.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

All That Remains Share Part One Of New “The Fall Of Ideals” Documentary

All That Remains have shared part one of a new documentary focusing on their 2006 album “The Fall Of Ideals.” You can check that out below. As previously reported, the band will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of the aforementioned record on a spring headlining tour.

All That Remains’ Cover Of Garth Brooks‘ “The Thunder Rolls“ Goes Gold In The U.S.

All That Remains’ cover of Garth Brooks‘ “The Thunder Rolls“ has officially been certified gold by the RIAA. That track appears on the band’s 2017 album “Madness.“