Alter Bridge to Release ‘Live at Wembley’ DVD in 2012


Story by Cat Badra

Alter Bridge plan to release live CD / DVD during ‘off year’

Alter Bridge may be taking a break until 2013, but the guys in the band have plans to help satisfy any AB withdrawals. The Orlando, Fla.-based rock band are set to release a live DVD, titled “Live at Wembley,” in 2012, featuring footage from the band’s massive headlining stint Nov. 29 at Wembley Arena in London, England. The 2 CD set, which includes a live CD, will drop in late March, and the special, 3D version will hit stores and online in the summer of 2012. The 2D version will also air on television across the globe in February.

Alter Bridge guitarist Mark Tremonti recently checked in with Audio Ink Radio and explained that he plans to release a solo album 2012, plus get together with the rest of the music-making portion of Alter Bridge to reunite with Creed. Meanwhile, singer Myles Kennedy is working on Slash’s solo album. Alter Bridge, however, will be back in 2013 to gut out a new album: “We usually take just about two years before we put a new record out.”

Tremonti also chatted about Alter Bridge’s most recent radio hit, “Ghost of Day Gone By”: “That song started with the guitar line and verse, and we built the song around that, but it went through a lot of changes,” Tremonti said. “It was one of the harder ones to put together. As for the subject matter, it’s about losing that childhood innocence and becoming kind of jaded as you become older. But, it was one of our favorites on the record, and we’re glad it came out on the radio.” Read the full interview on this page.




Posted by Cat Badra | Music, Rock, Rock News

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