Alter Bridge is working on its fifth studio LP, and the band lined up a label deal with Napalm Records ahead of the album drop.

Vocalist Myles Kennedy says: “We are pleased to announce we will be joining forces with Napalm Records as we embark on the next phase of our journey. We are very excited to see what the future brings and look forward to reconnecting with our fans in 2016.”

  • The CEO of Napalm, Thomas Caser, called the signing “ground-breaking” and says “We will go above and beyond to make the upcoming album the huge success it deserves!”
  • Alter Bridge recruited producer Michael “Elvis” Baskette, who has overseen the production for all of their albums, except the first, One Day Remains.
  • Currently, the band is shooting for a fall release date for the new album, and they are expecting to take a break from the studio soon to begin touring. Alter Bridge will spend much of the summer on the road with Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin.


Dates and tickets for Alter Bridge’s summer shows can be found here: