All That Remains has always been a band that plays by its own rules. The group has been going strong since 1998, and has no problem putting out records that combine the heaviness and guitar theatrics of traditional metal with the melody and catchiness of the best acoustic ballads. The approach has landed the band fans across the metal spectrum, from the underground to the mainstream. All That Remains' latest record, "The Order of Things," is a perfect representation of the band itself. It has some of the band's heaviest material in years, but also has some of its most melodic. An interview with vocalist Phil Labonte will be online Thursday at rochestercitynewspaper.com.