BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's NICK CATANESE Interviewed In San Francisco; Video Available

Bay Area Backstage and ACTV (Artist Connection TV) teamed up to conduct an interview with guitarist BLACK LABEL SOCIETY/SPEED X guitarist Nick "Evil Twin" Catanese prior to BLS's March 6, 2009 concert at the Fillmore in San Francisco, California. Watch the 12-minute chat below.

Photos of the concert can be found at this location.

SPEED X — the new band featuring Nick Catanese, QUEENSRŸCHE axeman Mike Stone on guitar and vocals, DOUBLEDRIVE drummer Mike Froedge and former DOUBLEDRIVE bassist Joshua Sattler — performed on January 17, 2009 at the Hilton hotel in Anaheim, California during this year's NAMM show.

For more information on the band, visit

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BLACK LABEL SOCIETY is currently on the road as part of the Black Label Bash tour with support from SEVENDUST and DOPE.


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