Oli Herbert’s Widow Reportedly Involved In Financial Dispute With All That Remains Over Alleged Unpaid Profits

According to the Hartford Courant, Elizabeth Herbert, the widow of late All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert, is currently involved in a legal battle over the band’s profits. Her attorney has filed a three-page letter in probate court, saying she is owed for shows the group played following Oli‘s death and that she hasn’t received financial records.

The letter said the following:

“There have been tours and shows played by All That Remains since Oli Herbert’s death about which the estate, as part owner of All Things Remain Inc., hasn’t been notified by being sent its copy of the profit and loss statements nor has the estate been paid its equal portion of profits as tour pay.”

As previously reported, Oli’s body was found in a pond near his home in Stafford Springs, CT back in October 2018. Police have been investigating his death ever since, treating it as suspicious. Notably, Elizabeth’s computer and phone records have since been seized as part of their investigation.

One week before Oli’s death, the guitarist 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.”

Back in February, All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte said he couldn’t comment on the ongoing investigation, but did say Elizabeth is a “garbage human being.”

Fans and friends have long thought Oli’s death was suspicious and have been sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.

All That Remains Premiere New Video For “Just Tell Me Something” Feat. Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop

All That Remains have premiered a new video for their song “Just Tell Me Something.” This track features Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria) and it appears on the band’s latest album “Victim Of The New Disease.” Phil Labonte said the following:

“I am really proud of how this one came out. I’m blown away by Danny‘s performance. When I gave him a shout and asked if he would be down to do a song, he was like, ‘You know it, send me the song.’ He laid it down in an afternoon I think and we were like, ‘That’s perfect.’ I hope everyone else digs it as much as we do.”

All That Remains & Lacuna Coil Announce Co-Headlining Tour

All That Remains and Lacuna Coil have announced a co-headlining North American tour. Bad Omens and Uncured will join them on most of the trek, while Toothgrinder and Eximious will perform on select dates.

Tour Dates:

With Toothgrinder:

09/15 New York, NY – Webster Hall
09/17 Greenville SC – The Firmament
09/18 Knoxville, TN – Jackson Terminal
09/19 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
09/20 Dothan, AL – The Plant
09/21 Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
09/23 Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live
09/24 Houston, TX – White Oak Music
09/27 Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom
09/28 Las Vegas, NV – Hard Rock Live (no Bad Omens)
09/30 San Diego, CA – House of Blues (no Bad Omens)
10/01 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater (no Bad Omens)
10/02 Berkley, CA – The UC Theatre
10/03 Sacramento, CA – Ace Of Spades
10/05 Spokane, WA – The Knitting Factory (no Bad Omens)
10/06 Calgary, AB – Palace Theatre
10/07 Edmonton, AB – Starlite Room
10/09 Winnipeg, MB – Park Theatre
10/10 Minot, ND – The ‘O’ Riginal Bar

With Eximious:

10/11 Minneapolis, MN – The Cabooze
10/12 Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
10/13 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave II
10/15 Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Live
10/16 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues (no Bad Omens)
10/17 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
10/18 Toronto, ON – Opera House
10/19 Baltimore, MD – Ram’s Head Live

All That Remains’ Phil Labonte Says “It’s Possible” That Unreleased Material Featuring The Late Oli Herbert Will Surface

During an interview with 100.5 The KATT, All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte confirmed that the band still have some unreleased songs that feature late guitarist Oli Herbert. The singer went on to say that the tracks may surface one day if their label decides to release them.

Labonte said the following:

“There’s some other songs that didn’t make it to ‘Victim [Of The New Disease]’, so it’s possible that people will hear other stuff from the ‘Victim’ sessions. The label has them, so we’ll see what they decide they want to do. We felt like the 10 songs that made it on to ‘Victim’, we were, like, ‘These are the ones that make the most sense for us to put as a collection of songs.’ There’s no other, like, hidden riffs or anything like that, so anything that we write for the next record that we do, that will be something that I imagine will be heavily influenced [by] and there will be heavy contributions from Jason Richardson.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Listen To One Of Late All That Remains Guitarist Oli Herbert’s Final Recordings

A Dead Desire’s Moroni Silva has shared a new cover of Eurythmics‘ “Here Comes The Rain Again.“ The track features late All That Remains guitarist Oli Herbert and a video for it can be seen below. Silva told MetalSucks the following: “Oli was a good friend and wanted to release the song at the start of the rain season, so it was released on the New Moon of the 5th of this month and dedicated to him.”

Unfortunately, Herbert’s widow Beth has taken issue with track. She issued the following statement:

“Hello everyone. This is Beth. I am aware that something was released that contained my husband’s work on it that was not finished before his death. To be clear, if anything is to be released after Oli’s death and it isn’t All That Remains material, you need me, the executrix of the estate to sign off on it. Also, probate was not opened until this year so any arrangements after my husband‘s death for his material but before I was named executrix is unenforceable.”

Herbert’s body was found in a pond near his home in Stafford Springs, CT back in October 2018. Police have been investigating his death ever since, treating it as suspicious. One week before his death, the guitarist signed a will making Beth the sole executor and benefactor.

Back in February, All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte said he couldn’t comment on the ongoing investigation, but did say Beth is a “garbage human being.”

Fans and friends have long thought Herbert’s death was suspicious and have been sharing evidence on a Justice For Oli Herbert Facebook page.

All That Remains Announce Spring Tour With Unearth, Big Story, & The 9th Planet Out

All That Remains have announced a spring headlining tour. Unearth, Big Story, and The 9th Planet Out will open.

Tour Dates:

05/30 Amityville, NY – Revolution Bar & Music Hall
05/31 Harrisburg, PA – Capitol Room @ HMAC
06/01 Pipestem, WV – Metal In The Mountains
06/02 Charleston, SC – Music Farm
06/03 Johnson City, TN – Capone’s
06/05 Springfield, MO – The Complex
06/06 Kansas City, MO – The Truman
06/07 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
06/08 Lacrosse, WI – Cavalier Theater
06/09 Angola, IN – The Eclectic Room
06/11 Joliet, IL – The Forge
06/12 Grand Rapids, MI – Elevation
06/13 Flint, MI – The Machine Shop
06/14 Pittsburgh, PA – Foxtail
06/15 Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance Theater

All That Remains Premiere “Everything’s Wrong” Video

All That Remains have premiered a new video for their song “Everything’s Wrong.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Victim Of The New Disease.” The clip features controversial wrestler Enzo Amore, who was fired from the WWE in January due to sexual assault allegations.

Phil Labonte commented:

“We’re super excited to share this video with everyone. Everyone in ATR really feels like the video captured the song perfectly. We’re also excited that Enzo Amore could be a part of it — he really did a great job in the lead role.

[Guitarist] Mike Martin is a big wrestling fan and Enzo was a pro in the WWE for a while. He’s great on the mic and we think he did a great job capturing the feeling we were looking for. So please give it a look, and don’t forget to smash that ‘like’ button.”

He also discussed the video further with Revolver:

“The video really captures the song’s meaning about how when something slips away, it can seem like the whole world has crashed down around you. Things that used to make sense no longer do. When something goes bad in your life, the ripple effect can really touch everything else — things you used to do, places you used to go, even people who you used to be friends with.”