TREMONTI Signs With NAPALM RECORDS; Fourth Album, 'A Dying Machine', Due This Year
February 1, 2018
TREMONTI, the band comprised of Mark Tremonti on vocals/guitars, Eric Friedman on guitars and Garrett Whitlock on drums, has signed a new worldwide record deal with Napalm Records. The band will release its fourth full-length album, "A Dying Machine", later in the year.
A teaser video from Mark announcing the disc can be seen below.
"I'm really looking forward to partnering up with Napalm again after they did such an excellent job promoting ALTER BRIDGE," explains Mark Tremonti.
"We are thrilled to work with TREMONTI and are looking forward to a bright future with the upcoming releases!" adds Thomas Caser, managing director of Napalm Records.
TREMONTI is currently in the studio recording "A Dying Machine" with longtime producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette.
A listening party and performance event for "A Dying Machine" will take place on May 12 at the Social in Orlando, Florida.
TREMONTI has been confirmed as direct support for IRON MAIDEN in Europe in July. The band has also confirmed slots at Carolina Rebellion, Lunatic Luau, Graspop Metal Meeting, Hellfest and Wacken Open Air.
TREMONTI's third album, "Dust", was released in April 2016 via Fret 12.
"Dust", which was recorded during same sessions as 2015's "Cauterize", featured Tremonti on vocals/guitars, Eric Friedman on guitars, Wolfgang Van Halen on bass and Garrett Whitlock on drums. Baskette produced "Dust".
Although Wolfgang Van Halen was part of TREMONTI's touring band in 2013 and played on "Dust" and "Cauterize", he sat out TREMONTI's tour schedule because of commitments with VAN HALEN.
TREMONTI recruited Tanner Keegan to play bass on its most recent tour.
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