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Alter Bridge To Release 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' In September

Friday, 13 July 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Alter Bridge has announced the release of a live album.

Recorded during the band's two shows with the 52-piece Parallax Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London last October, 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' will be released via Napalm Records on September 7 across multiple formats. Frontman Myles Kennedy said:

"I think out of all the years of doing this [music], this experience is the top two or three highlights without a doubt. It’s something that none of us are going to forgot."

A portion of the proceeds from sales will go to the Future Song Foundation, an organisation that Kennedy is closely involved with. Check out the album's artwork above and head below for the tracklist and the first track to be shared from the collection, Addicted To Pain.

'Live At The Royal Albert Hall'

1. Slip To The Void                           
2. Addicted To Pain                           
3. Before Tomorrow Comes                   
4. The Writing On The Wall                    
5. Cry Of Achilles                             
6. In Loving Memory                         
7. Fortress                                  
8. Ties That Bind                             
9. The Other Side                            
10. Brand New Start                           
11. Ghost Of Days Gone By
12. The Last Hero
13. The End Is Here
14. Words Darker Than Their Wings
15. Waters Rising
16. Lover
17. Wonderful Life/Watch Over You
18. This Side Of Fate
19. Broken Wings
20. Blackbird
21. Open Your Eyes

 





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