Alter Bridge

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Alter Bridge

Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti of Alter Bridge performing in 2008.
Background information
Origin Orlando, Florida, United States
Genres Hard rock, alternative metal, progressive metal, heavy metal, post-grunge
Years active 2004 (2004)–present
Labels Wind-up, Universal Republic, Roadrunner, Alter Bridge
Associated acts Creed, The Mayfield Four, Slash
Website www.alterbridge.com
Members
Myles Kennedy
Mark Tremonti
Brian Marshall
Scott Phillips

Alter Bridge is an American hard rock band from Orlando, Florida that was formed in 2004. It was formed by the then-former members of Creed. Alter Bridge has received relatively low mainstream success in the United States. They have released 3 studio albums and one live album. They released their latest album AB III which has received critical acclaim among critics.

Alter Bridge has been influenced by bands such as Led Zeppelin, Rush, and Tool. Alter Bridge's vocalist, Myles Kennedy is also known for his work with Slash. He is currently touring with Slash as the lead singer of his band. As of January 2011, Alter Bridge's most successful song is "Isolation" from their album "AB III". WWE Hall of Famer Edge used their song "Metalingus" as his theme song from November 1, 2001 to April 23, 2012. The band also appeared on WWE Raw during a backstage segment with Edge in 2005.

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