Alter Bridge has since their debut One Day Remains from 2004 released three studio albums and two live albums. So they've been very generous in terms of album releases even if two live ones are a bit too much if I have to be honest. BUT Alter Bridge is a very good live band, and I even think they’re better in this format compared to the produced studio albums that as away a bit of their rawness. Live At Wembley recorded in London on November 29, 2011 shows a band in great form and is a true delight from start to finish. When it comes to songs we get a lot of material from their latest album AB III as 7 of the 14 tracks comes from that one. And it can also be seen as a good complement to Live in Amsterdam released in 2008 since we only got 5 songs that is on both albums.
And they certainly knows hot to offer as much as possinble ot the fans as the record stops on 76.50 minutes. A complete package, with modern classic as "Isolation" and "Ghost Of Yesterday" where Myles shows what skilled singer he is. Holy cow how good he sings live!
What I also like about this live album is that the band really tries to give the new songs new life, as they doesn’t follow the same pattern as on the studio albums. Two of the tracks, "Blackbird" and "Rise Today" are over ten minutes long and that must be some type of record for this genre.
Overall a very good album that I think we will count this as one of the most important live albums in when we talk about the Modern Rock genre in ten years or so.