Ready to take on the world once again, Alter Bridge began releasing singles off Walk The Sky back in June in order to promote their first collection of new material since 2016’s The Last Hero. Though it has been a three year hiatus from new music, Alter Bridge did curb their fans appetites a bit with two live albums, 2017’s Live At The O2 Arena and 2018’s Live At The Royal Albert Hall. Coming together, Alter Bridge continued their longtime collaboration with Producer Michael Baskette by once again bringing him on board to produce Walk The Sky. When all was said and done, Walk The Sky unveiled fourteen new Alter Bridge tracks for fans to crank up.
Inspiring all the way through, Alter Bridge’s Walk The Sky is music full of purity, freedom, renewed life, and an album that will allow anyone going through tough times to see the world in a new light. For years now, the nature of the Alter Bridge beast has been to give fans music with heart. Nothing shocking, but Alter Bridge have reached these heights once again, so much so, that Walk The Sky might just be Alter Bridge’s best album.
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