NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – New Rock and Metal Releases 10-27-23


 

What new albums are you excited for this week!? 

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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases Preview 10-27-23


 

What new albums are you excited for this week!? 

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CONCERT REVIEW: Alter Bridge – RED – Mammoth WVH Live at Roadrunner Boston


 

Boston Massachusetts was invaded by Alter Bridge and tour mates Mammoth WVH and RED for the Kings and Pawns Tour. Alter Bridge is out supporting the band’s latest effort which is a fantastic record. As I walked up to the venue a long line of music fans were eager to get into the building to get the night started. After a short wait as the nearly sold-out crowd filtered into Roadrunner one of Boston’s new venues. 

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CONCERT REVIEW: Tremonti – Hawxx Live at SWG3


Guitar Gods rarely look backward in coming forward. Mark Tremonti, for instance, has recently aligned his star with none other than a certain Frank Sinatra – but more of that later. The pressing matter in hand is the fretboard master’s ongoing tour of the UK and Europe.

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INTERVIEW: Mark Tremonti on Frank Sinatra, Raising Money for Charity, and Alter Bridge and Creed News


Ghost Cult had the honor of chatting with Mark Tremonti of Tremonti,  Alter Bridge,  and Creed fame on the eve of the release of his new solo albumTremonti Sings Sinatra!  The album is not only a smashing covers album paying tribute to “The Chairman of The Board” – Frank Sinatra, but also with a mission to raise money and awareness of The National Downs Syndrome Society. Mark discussed his inspiration for this project – his daughter, his lifelong obsession with Frank Sinatra, his love of Jazz, how he chose the songs, working with Sinatra’s former bandmates and producers, a potential sequel to the album, and updates on both Alter Bridge and Creed! 

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mark Tremonti – Tremonti Sings Sinatra


 

Mark Tremonti has cemented himself as one of the staple musicians within the hard-rock scene over the past 3 decades with Creed, Alter Bridge & his own project Tremonti. With this repertoire of music projects, this album is still probably the last thing anyone expected from the man. Covering the ageless classics from Frank Sinatra himself is Tremonti Sings Sinatra (NDSS). 

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Mark Tremonti Announces Debut Livestream Event, New Solo Album Due This Week 


Mark Tremonti (Creed, Alter Bridge) will release the new album from his band Tremonti, Marching In Time this Friday,  September 24 via Napalm Records. The band will also host their first-ever livestream event that night, on 9/24 at 9PM ET/6PM PT at the link below.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Alter Bridge – Walk The Sky


Fifteen years into their career, Alter Bridge doesn’t get tagged with supergroup much, inspire of their clear affiliations to other major bands (Tremonti, Creed, Slash). However, they are a super group of music makers and songwriters. Mark Tremonti and Myles Kennedy do their best work together, and some of the best tracks of their lives on their new album Walk The Sky (Napalm Records). Continue reading


Sevendust – Tremonti: Live At The Paramount


In the music industry parlance, sometimes a Iine-up makes too much sense. For two bands with similar career arcs and having even been on festival bills together, it seems odd that Tremonti and Sevendust have never toured together in the USA. Both of them also have recent new albums out at the same time, another cool confluence of events. The Paramount was packed on this night, as it is for most shows if import. Both bands had a throng of fans in the house to see them.Continue reading


Alter Bridge – Live At The Royal Albert Hall feat. The Parallax Orchestra


The first thing that strikes you during the sumptuous, slow-build to opening track ‘Slip To The Void’ is how perfect the marriage of Alter Bridge and The Parallax Orchestra is; Myles Kennedy’s vulnerable, melancholic introduction is subtly embellished by the swells of strings before the dramatic introduction of the guitars and the rest of the band is powerfully bolstered for the heavy verse, with perfect accentuation following on the middle eight.Continue reading