All That RemainsJeremy Saffer

All That Remains & Starset Land New Gold/Platinum Certifications In The United States


A new wave of platinum and gold certifications were recently announced by the Recording Industry Association Of America and All That Remains and Starset were among the latest recipients. Massachusetts metalcore outfit All That Remains picked up a gold single for their track “What If I Was Nothing” off of their 2012 release “A War You Cannot Win“.

It’s the second gold single (and overall RIAA certification) the band have netted thus far with their 2008 single “Two Weeks” previously having gone gold back in October of 2018.

Elsewhere, Ohio’s electronic rock band Starset notched up a platinum single certification for their 2013 song, “My Demons“. That track previously went gold back in July of 2018. Those two certifications remain Starset‘s only gold/platinum awards issued to date.

A platinum album/single in the United States represents 1,000,000 units, while gold signifies 500,000 units. Outside of traditional physical/digital sales, the certifications factor in digital streams/downloads with 10 permanent track downloads counting as 1 unit and 1500 on-demand audio/video streams from a particular album also counting as as a unit.

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