Mark Tremonti and company have branched out with the release of their own graphic novel, Alter Bridge: Tour of Horrors. In order to bring this project to life, the band partnered with Z2 Comics, a company with a rich history of publishing music-inspired graphic novels. In the past, Z2 has collaborated with a wide variety of artists on similar projects including Blondie, Gorillaz, Sublime, Cypress Hill, Babymetal, Paul Oakenfold, Sturgill Simpson, and Anthrax. Written in the vein of traditional horror anthologies like Tales from the Crypt, Creepy, and Vault of Horror, Tour of Horrors tells four distinct stories stemming from the sudden disappearance of one of Alter Bridge’s roadies.
To celebrate the release, the band is offering a first-ever vinyl edition of their 2004 album, One Day Remains. This pressing is available exclusively through the Z2 website and limited to 3,000 copies. The Alter Bridge: Tour of Horrors graphic novel weighs in at 120 pages and hits comic shop and bookstore shelves this month, you can also buy the comic online here.