Alter Bridge Feel Free After Leaving Universal

(Rock News Desk) Alter Bridge drummer Scott Phillips says their new record deal means the band are now free to write the material they want rather than constantly trying to create hit singles.

He says: "We were signed to Universal Records, but a company that big are always looking for the next radio smash. As soon as a new thing came along and caught their attention, we fell by the wayside. Roadrunner understand us for who we are and who we want to be."

He is also grateful to Slash for taking on their singer Myles Kennedy for his solo album. "There were people who took notice of us when they saw Myles with Slash. It was nothing but a positive force." more rock news

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