A new ALTER BRIDGE webisode featuring interview clips sand never-before-seen live footage from the band's recently completed "Carnival Of Madness" tour can be seen below.
According to The Pulse Of Radio, ALTER BRIDGE drummer Scott Phillips has confirmed that the band will take 2012 off so that the instrumental members of ALTER BRIDGEPhillips, bassist Brian Marshall and guitarist Mark Tremonti can return to CREED. Meanwhile, ALTER BRIDGE singer Myles Kennedy will get back to work with guitar legend Slash on his second solo album, on which Kennedy will do all the vocals.
Phillips told the Fay Observer, "We've got a few more weeks on this tour, then we'll recharge for bit before heading to Europe for some shows . . . Myles is working with Slash next year, while we'll be working with CREED next year. Then we'll have some tours, and then come back as ALTER BRIDGE. Look to 2013 for new material."
ALTER BRIDGE has been on the road since last year in support of its third album, "AB III".
Kennedy contributed vocals to two songs on Slash's 2010 solo debut and was the frontman for the ex-GUNS N' ROSES axeman's touring band. He will now sing all the songs on Slash's sophomore set.
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