Metal Sickness conducted an interview with ALTER BRIDGE guitarist Mark Tremonti on November 3, 2011 in Paris, France. You can now watch the chat below.

ALTER BRIDGE is gearing up to play what will be one of the biggest headline shows of its career and all of it will be captured live on DVD for anyone who cant be there. The band's soon-to-be-sold-out performance at Wembley Arena in London, England on November 29 will be professionally filmed for release in 2012. Longtime ALTER BRIDGE director Daniel E Catullo III ("Live From Amsterdam", "One By One", "Isolation", webisodes, etc.) has been brought in to direct by The Dude Films, a new production and distribution company with offices in Laguna Beach, California and Maui, Hawaii headed up by "One By One" executive producer Stuart Margolis and executive producer Chris LaBabera. Lionel Pasamonte, who produced the band's last DVD, "Live From Amsterdam", will be producing with Catullo.

"I am excited to once again direct ALTER BRIDGE and I couldn't be more honored to be asked by the guys to once again capture their amazing live show," says Daniel E Catullo III. "Wembley is a special place and I know it has been a dream of the band to play there. I couldn't think of a better place to shoot this tour at."

ALTER BRIDGE has just released a special edition of its latest album, AB III". The special edition includes three additional songs "Zero", "Home" and "Never Born To Follow" making a total of 17 tracks on the album, as well as an extraordinary hour-long DVD documentary called "One By One".

"One By One" is a documentary by Daniel E. Catullo III intended to be an intimate behind-the-scenes look into the rise of ALTER BRIDGE. Featuring brand new interviews and concert footage shot all over the world, plus special interviews with Slash, ALTER BRIDGE's management team, and dozens of fans from every corner of the globe, viewers will learn about the sacrifices made by the band to get where they are today and why they continue to do what they do so passionately.

ALTER BRIDGE has been on the road since last year in support of its third album, "AB III".


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