It has been well over two years since Alter Bridge's last album 'ABIII.' But after a tweet last month from bassist Brian Marshall about writing new songs and news from guitarist Mark Tremonti that pre-production had begun, we're now getting confirmation that recording has started. The album is slated for release in September.
These are busy times for Mark Tremonti. The guitarist extraordinaire is balancing two projects, currently working in the studio with Alter Bridge while trying to keep the momentum of his solo self-titled band still going during their downtime. Tremonti offered a pair of status updates, one in written and the other in video form, on both of his acts.
Alter Bridge's members have set aside all of their other projects and are currently in the midst of writing for their next record. The group has yet to reveal when their fourth studio album will arrive in stores, but given the discussion of a fall tour, it's likely that a late summer / early fall street date will eventually be revealed.
Alter Bridge may be working on a new album this year, but it looks like fans will have a chance to reflect on the band's past before the new disc drops. The group revealed in a posting at their website that a new box set is in the works for a May release.
Mark Tremonti is currently winding down the latest North American tour leg for his self-titled band, and Alter Bridge are about to become his primary focus. The guitarist tells Billboard that after meeting briefly earlier this year, the band is ready to resume work on a new disc and has the beginnings of the effort in place.
The man of many bands, guitarist Mark Tremonti, will be the special guest on this weekend's Loudwire Radio show with host Mike 'Sandman' Sanders. The rocker took the time to discuss his solo band, Creed and Alter Bridge.
Fans of Sevendust, Alter Bridge and Creed may have a new favorite band in Projected. The supergroup features Sevendust guitarist John Connolly and bass player Vince Hornsby, Alter Bridge / Creed drummer Scott Phillips and Creed and Tremonti guitarist Eric Friedman, and now, the guys have announced that they’re ready to unveil their debut album.
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