TREMONTI, the band comprised of Mark Tremonti on vocals/guitars, Eric Friedman on guitars, and Garrett Whitlock on drums, has released a music video for the latest single from its Napalm Records album "A Dying Machine". "Throw Them To The Lions" is an up-tempo metal song, something that TREMONTI has come to be known for over its multiple releases through the years. The clip was filmed at a recent sold-out show in the U.K. and can be seen below.
To coincide with the release of the new single, TREMONTI is heading out on the road again. The band is special guest on the upcoming SEVENDUST headline tour, which kicks off February 1 in Houston, Texas and wraps up on March 3 in San Antonio, Texas. The trek will make stops in New Orleans, Louisiana; Boston, Massachusetts; Flint, Michigan; and Chicago, Illinois, to name a few.
TREMONTI's fourth album, "A Dying Machine" was released in June 2018 via Napalm Records. The disc was produced by Michael "Elvis" Baskette, who has helmed all previous TREMONTI albums along with ALTER BRIDGE's last four long-players.
From the militant drum assault of the album opener "Bringer Of War" to the instrumental closer "Found", "A Dying Machine" is TREMONTI's most-diverse musical offering to date. Songs like "From The Sky", "Throw Them To The Lions" and "A Lot Like Sin" are signature TREMONTI that fans have come to love from the trio. Tracks like "Trust", "The First The Last" and "Desolation" take the listener to new places sonically, all backed by Tremonti's signature vocal style.
"A Dying Machine" is the first concept album of Tremonti's career and the music is inspired by a story that came to Mark while on the last ALTER BRIDGE tour. During that time, the epic title track "A Dying Machine" was born. The story, which was turned into a full-length work of fiction authored by Mark Tremonti and John Shirley, takes place at the turn of the next century where humans and fabricated beings called "vessels" are trying to co-exist. Tremonti and Shirley are working on finishing the novel to release alongside the record.
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