All That Remains Shares Emotional Video For 'Everything's Wrong'

All That Remains has shared an emotional new video for the track "Everything’s Wrong," marking the band’s first music video with recently added guitarist Jason Richardson. Its also the first clip the band has released since the death last October of guitarist Oli Herbert, whom Richardson has since replaced in the lineup.

Singer Phil Labonte said, "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 clip also stars former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore. Labonte said about Amore's appearance, "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."

The track comes from All That Remains’ ninth studio album, Victim Of The New Disease, which was issued last November and features Herbert's last recordings before his death.