Balance derives from extremes.
The parity of timeless songcraft, skyscraping vocals, masterful technicality, and sheer determination quietly established Alter Bridge as a universal force in hard rock around the world.
Since emerging in 2004, the Florida quartet—Myles Kennedy [vocals, guitar], Mark Tremonti [guitar, vocals], Brian Marshall [bass], and Scott Phillips [drums]—vaulted from the gold-certified Top 5 debut, One Day Remains, to critical and fan adoration highlighted by countless sold out shows, over 1.5 million albums sold, and in excess of 100 million streams to date.
However, the quartet still perfect a sense of creative balance.
“Hopefully, our music might move or inspire listeners the same way we’ve been inspired by countless albums over the years,” the frontman leaves off. “Even though this has a very specific meaning to me, I hope the listener is able to extract his or her own meaning and perhaps the songs will give them new insight into their own journey. That would be beautiful.”
“I’m just very proud of Alter Bridge,” concludes Mark. “We started out as a little band facing a very uphill battle. We struggled and struggled. To get to the level we’re at now is unbelievable. It shows me all of the work we put in wasn’t in vain and we’ve got many more battles to fight.”
Not to mention, they filled the O2 Arena and set stages ablaze everywhere from Download to Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
And now Alter Bridge returns to Budapest, they live on July 1, 2020 at Barba Negra Track!
Tickets for the Budapest show are available from March 2, 11am. A pre-sale opportunity is also available for registered Live Nation members from 11am on February 28.