ALTER BRIDGE: 'Fortress: The Sound & The Story' Instructional DVD Coming In January

ALTER BRIDGE: 'Fortress: The Sound & The Story' Instructional DVD Coming In January

Fret12 is changing the game yet again with the latest new DVD in its "The Sound & The Story" documentary series.

Starring guitarists/vocalists Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti of ALTER BRIDGE, this two-disc/six-plus-hour feature production is a must-see for any fan that wants to go behind the scenes to get all access to the writing and production of the newest ALTER BRIDGE album.

The guitar duo sits down to teach you every single riff, lead, and solo from ALTER BRIDGE's "Fortress". Kennedy and Tremonti become your personal guitar instructors in this exclusive insight into an album like you have never experienced before.

"Fortress" has been critically-acclaimed the world over and has been touted by many as one of 2013's finest albums; find out the full story in this all-access DVD set.

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ALTER BRIDGE will celebrate its 10th anniversary on January 6 with the release of "Alter Bridge X", a massive, 27-disc box set that will be limited to just 3,000 copies worldwide. The set will include all four ALTER BRIDGE studio albums, along with DVD, Blu-ray, and vinyl audio copies of "Live From Amsterdam" and "Live At Wembley", including a 3D version of the latter. Also in the box will be every webisode to date, hours of unreleased interviews and documentary footage, a coffee table book, a signed poster, and much more.

The complete set will contain 16 DVDs/Blu-rays, seven CDs and four vinyl discs.

The hardcover coffee table book will contain more than 100 pages of exclusive photos spanning the group's decade-long career.

The 3,000 copies will be split between 1,500 for Europe, 1,000 for the U.S. and 500 for the rest of the world. Any copies that remain unsold after a pre-order period will be offered for general sale.

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