All That Remains lose bassist Sagan

All That Remains have confirmed that bassist Jeanne Sagan has left the band amicably after nine years.

She joined the band following the departure of Matt Deis in 2006 and previously played with The Acacia Strain. She’s decided to leave the US outfit to “pursue personal interests.”

Sagan says: “It is with heavy heart that I depart from All That Remains. I’ve decided to follow my heart and pursue other opportunities in life. I truly appreciate the amazing experiences and the great fans over the last decade. I wish ATR all the best going forward.”

Frontman Phil Labonte wishes Sagan every “happiness and success” in the future and reports they’ve moved quickly to replace Sagan.

He adds: “We are excited to announce All That Remains new bass player is a fine young man by the name of Aaron Patrick. He’s been a friend for years, formerly of Bury Your Dead and has played for Lamb Of God and Devildriver among others.

“We’re sure he’s going to be the perfect fit and considering his musical history, I think he’s going to add a new and cool dimension to ATRs sound moving forward.”

Patrick says: “I am beyond excited to step in and play bass for All That Remains. We’ve toured together over the years and have become close friends, so the family element is already there.”

The band head out on a US tour next month in support of latest album The Order Of Things:

Oct 14: Grand Rapids The Intersection, MI
Oct 15: Green Bay The Watering Hole, WI
Oct 16: Ft. Wayne Piere’s Entertainment Center, IN
Oct 17: Nashville War Memorial Auditorium, TN
Oct 19: San Antonio Alamo City Music Hall, TX
Oct 20: Dallas Gas Monkey Live, TX
Oct 22: Flagstaff Orpheum Theater, AZ
Oct 24: Sacramento Monster Energy Aftershock, CA
Oct 25: San Bernardino Knotfest, CA
Oct 27: Salt Lake City In The Venue, UT
Oct 28: Denver Summit Music Hall, CO
Oct 30: Minneapolis Skyway Theater, MN
Oct 31: Kansas City KQRC Freaker’s Ball, MO
Nov 02: Knoxville The International, TN
Nov 03: Raleigh The Ritz, NC
Nov 04: Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts, PA
Nov 06: Sayreville Starland Ballroom, NJ
Nov 07: Worcester The Palladium, MA

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