ALTER BRIDGE's New Single Featured In New 'CSI: Miami' Promo Spot

ALTER BRIDGE's brand new single, "Rise Today", is featured in the background of CBS's new promo spot for the upcoming season of "CSI: Miami". These commercials will air on CBS for an entire month.

"Rise Today" is the first single from the band's forthcoming second album, "Blackbird", which arrives in stores on October 9. It's the follow-up to ALTER BRIDGE's debut gold-certified CD "One Day Remains" which featured three hits on rock radio: ("Open Your Eyes", "Find The Real", and "Broken Wings").

"Rise Today" has rocketed up the charts quickly becoming the band's fourth consecutive hit at rock radio by racing into the Top 20 within the first three weeks of release.

Comprised of Mark Tremonti, Scott Phillips, Brian Marshall and Myles Kennedy, three of the four members of ALTER BRIDGE made up the 30-plus-million-selling band CREED.

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ALTER BRIDGE will hit the road upon the release of "Blackbird" this fall. Full U.S. touring details will be announced shortly.

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