ALTER BRIDGE Interviewed On 'Classic Rock Magazine Show' (Audio)
ALTER BRIDGE members Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti were recently interviewed the "Classic Rock Magazine Show" with Nicky Horne on TeamRock Radio. You can now listen to the chat below. Also available is video footage of them performing an acoustic version of the song "Rise Today".
ALTER BRIDGE's long-awaited fourth album, "Fortress", will be released on October 8 via EMI Label Services.
From the opening acoustic guitar work on "Cry Of Achilles" to the closing riff of the epic title track, it is clear ALTER BRIDGE are back to reclaim their place as one of hard rock's standout acts.
The album was helmed by longtime ALTER BRIDGE producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette, known for his work with FALLING IN REVERSE, STORY OF THE YEAR and INCUBUS, to name a few.
The debut single, "Addicted To Pain", is currently impacting radio and is looking to continue the chart-topping success ALTER BRIDGE has come to know around the world.
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