Mark Tremonti streams 3 songs
2012-04-21 by Jake Scavello | 24 Comments

Mark Tremonti, lead guitarist of Creed and Alter Bridge, has released preview clips for 3
songs off of his upcoming solo album, All I Was. The songs included are "You Waste
Your Time," "So You're Afraid," and "The Things I've Seen."
The previews can be heard on Tremonti's official site at the following link:
http://www.tremontiproject.com/

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Band Page: Mark Tremonti

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TheSpirit
April 21st 2012

16667 Comments


his voice is a lot better than i thought it would be. this is basically alter bridge but it's good nonetheless

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KILL
April 21st 2012

67191 Comments


ugh

JakeStallion
April 21st 2012

398 Comments


My favorite of the previews is "The Things I've Seen." His voice sounds great. Also, it seems to be a TAD heavier than Alter Bridge.

KILL
April 21st 2012

67191 Comments


heavier than alter bridge? how is that even possible!

RosaParks
April 21st 2012

14592 Comments


lol

tiesthatbind
April 21st 2012

7360 Comments


His best music will always be with Myles but this still sounds great, his vocals rule.

GeoffJesterPemberton
April 21st 2012

209 Comments


My mouth just threw up in my mouth

Spec
April 21st 2012

26846 Comments


How are these? His voice has been getting really bad.

BaseballJames
April 21st 2012

368 Comments


That preview for "So You're Afraid"... HNNNNNNGH

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
April 21st 2012

1918 Comments


Sounds dandy.

eleventhsun
April 21st 2012

1475 Comments


lol

Cipieron
April 21st 2012

3508 Comments


sounds awesome, color me excited

FearThyEvil9
April 21st 2012

11399 Comments


Won't even bother.

Myles7
April 22nd 2012

169 Comments


so when is this releasing??

JakeStallion
April 22nd 2012

398 Comments


It's set to release July 3, I believe.

Hospital
April 22nd 2012

1875 Comments


lol at song titles

tarkus
April 22nd 2012

5560 Comments


dude is a total fag

NotSoFast
April 22nd 2012

388 Comments


killer jams

ChancyWancy
April 23rd 2012

31 Comments


I'll give him cred for being one of the only guitarists to play mainstream rock (Creed) and still know what it means to be good at playing your instrument. I've noticed a certain trend since around when the 90's wore off that goes like TheMoreTalentYouHaveWithYourInstrument = TheLessMoneyYourAndYourBandMakes, albeit with a few exceptions.

Still, he's a guitarist, not a singer. He should keep it that way. Some pretty sweet riffage on some of these tracks though.

NonApplicable
April 23rd 2012

1830 Comments


He should have just used this as new material for a heavier Alter Bridge album.

Cipieron
April 23rd 2012

3508 Comments


^ true, but i'm guessing it's heavier than Kennedy wants to go

either way, new music that is basically AB so who cares

tiesthatbind
April 23rd 2012

7360 Comments


Yeah this is good stuff, can't wait to hear the full album

Emim
April 23rd 2012

26205 Comments


does it have sweeps and shreds?

NotSoFast
April 23rd 2012

388 Comments


oh it has shreds



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