If you were a Creed fan and now an Alter Bridge follower, we recommend you to listen to the parallel project of his lead guitarist, Tremonti.
His last and fourth work, A Dying Machine, continues in the path of his previous albums, distinguishing from his fellows from AB, being the sound harder, heavier and faster, where Garrett Whitlock’s double bass drum is devastating.
Why did he come up with the idea of creating Tremonti? Mark himself explains that he had written many songs and hated the idea of not being able to show them, simply because they didn’t match with Creed or Alter Bridge.
The first album had the collaboration of Brian Marshall, bass player from Creed until today with Alter Bridge, but later was replaced by Wolfgang Van Halen, son of the greatest Eddie Van Halen.
For all those guitarists who follow the blog, tell you that the first albums were released by the record label Fret12, managed by Mark’s brother Dan Tremonti. It’s also an online store, where you can buy instruments, including material used by Mark Tremonti in recordings and concerts.
This page is also known for recording video tutorials of metal artists (The Sound and The Story), such as Jim Root (Slipknot and Stone Sour), Bret Hinds (Mastodon), Clint Lowery (Sevendust)…
Here are some links with video tutorials of this great composer and guitarist:
4 studio albums
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♥ = must listen