Live From Amsterdam

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ALTER BRIDGE

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2010

Alter Bridge fans have been waiting a long time for this DVD to be released, and it has proven to be worth the wait. Filmed near the end of their European tour in 2008, it includes all 18 songs from the concert, and captures Alter Bridge at its finest, live and on stage. The camera shots are polished, the sound quality is tight, the stage show is impressive - all things you should expect from a live DVD. But the bottom line that separates this DVD from others is the band's performance, which shows off Alter Bridge's unmatched combination of song writing qualities and musical chops.

No band in the world has more talent than Alter Bridge, which features guitar god Mark Tremonti, a shockingly heavy rhythm section of Brian Marshall on bass and Scott Phillips on drums, and the best vocalist in rock, Myles Kennedy, who is also an outstanding guitarist in his own right. Together, they layer gorgeous melodies on top of head banging rhythms, with shredding guitar solos, inspiring lyrics, soaring vocals, and tons and tons of emotion. Highlights on the DVD include the speed and power of songs like White Knuckles, One Day Remains, and Metalingus - which features jaw-dropping shots from a camera mounted on Mark's headstock; a beautiful acoustic version of Watch Over You; a rare live performance of New Way To Live; and chilling audience sing-alongs on Broken Wings, Open Your Eyes, and In Loving Memory - a song as emotional on-stage as in the crowd. Alter Bridge's epic song, Blackbird, the centerpiece of the show, is absolutely stunning and is worth the price of the DVD alone.

No band plays better music with more meaningful lyrics than Alter Bridge. This DVD will be treasured by fans that know the band already, and should introduce Alter Bridge's incredible musical gift to many newcomers. You must see it, and hear it, to believe it.

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