Everything's Wrong

Album: Victim of the New Disease (2018)
  • All That Remains guitarist Mile Martin is a huge wrestling fan, and the band recruited former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore to take the lead role in the song's heart-tugging music video. Vocalist Phil Labonte told Revolver about the intense clip:

    "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."
  • The video features the guitar skills of Jason Richardson, who joined All That Remains in late 2018 following the death of founding member Oli Herbert. It is the band's first music clip since they enlisted Richardson.

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