Alter Bridge to Release ‘Live at the Royal Albert Hall’ Live Film


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Alter Bridge performed with a full orchestra in London, and that performance will be released as a new concert film

Alter Bridge are taking a short hiatus this year as band members work on their other projects, but fans will still get a taste of something new from the guys. The band has announced a new concert film, called “Live at the Royal Albert Hall,” which the group filmed during their two concerts at the famed London venue. The release will arrive on Sept. 7.

At these particular shows, Alter Bridge was supported by the 52-piece Parallax Orchestra, which made for some angelic moments. Footage of the band performing the Fortress song “Addicted to Pain” is streaming now on YouTube and can be viewed below.

“I think out of all the years of doing this [music], this experience is the top two or three highlights without a doubt,” frontman Myles Kennedy said about the concerts in a statement. “It’s something that none of us are going to forget.”

In other news, Kennedy is on the road this year in support of his debut solo album, “Year of the Tiger.” He will also be touring with Slash later this year as part of Slash’s solo band. Guitarist Mark Tremonti recently release a new album, “A Dying Machine,” with his band Tremonti. He’s also on the road for much of this year, supporting that new release.

Alter Bridge’s “Live at Royal Albert Hall” Track Listing:

“Slip to the Void”
“Addicted to Pain”
“Before Tomorrow Comes”
“The Writing on the Wall”
“Cry of Achilles”
“In Loving Memory”
“Ties That Bind”
“The Other Side”
“Brand New Start”
“Ghost of Days Gone By”
“The Last Hero”
“The End Is Here”
“Words Darker than Their Wings”
“Waters Rising”
“Wonderful Life/Watch Over You”
“This Side of Fate”
“Broken Wings”
“Open Your Eyes”

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