All That Remains, Dimmu Borgir, Trap Them: Odds & Ends

All That Remains

The end of another long day is approaching. Today, everyone got their balls all in a knot over the numerical date: 9/02/10. Technically, its 09/02/10, assholes. So it doesn’t work the same way. If you leave the 0 off the 9, you can’t use it for the 2.

Anyways, a lot of shit happened today that I’d like to cover, but none of it was so huge, it merited its own post. So here’s a collection of the days bullet items.

First up, Trap Them will begin tracking their next disc next week with Converge’s Kurt Ballou producing. The disc will be out next year, and the band claims that “there was a certain potential the members of this band felt had not yet been met. On this record, that potential has been fully realized. Get heavy, motherfuckers.” And Daath debuted a new track called “Destruction Restoration” over at MetalSucks. That album drops October 26.

Norwegian symphonic black metallers Dimmu Borgir have launched a free iPhone app that will allow fans to “view photos, watch videos, get access to sound samples from the band’s new album, Abrahadabra; share tweets; chat with other die-hards and more.” Download it here.

And last but not least, All That Remains have made a new track off their new album available online. Called “Hold On,” the song is featured on For We Are Many, which drops October 12. Listen to it below.

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