Another new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY track, "Crazy Horse", has been made available for purchase via iTunes. Also available on iTunes is the previously released cut "Parade Of The Dead", which can be heard in the YouTube clip below. Both songs come off the band's new album, "Order Of The Black", which will be released in North America on August 10 via E1 Music. The CD will be made available in Europe through Roadrunner Records and in Australia and New Zealand via Riot! Entertainment.
"Order Of The Black" will feature four different CD covers — one for each territory: North America, Europe, Australia and South America/Asia.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's longtime drummer Craig Nunenmacher recently left the band and was replaced by veteran rock skinsman Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE, STATIC-X, DARK NEW DAY, TOMMY LEE, STUCK MOJO).
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY will headline the second stage at this year's installment of Ozzy Osbourne's travelling festival, Ozzfest. This marks the band's sixth appearance on the explosive hard rock package tour.
As previously reported, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY will headline the "Black Label Berzerkus" tour this fall. The two-month North American trek will feature CLUTCH, CHILDREN OF BODOM and 2CENTS, with the first two bands sharing the main support slot.
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