BLACK LABEL SOCIETY: Two New Songs Available For Streaming
Two new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY songs — "Crazy Horse" and "Parade Of The Dead" — are available for streaming. (***UPDATE***: According to the band, the stream in question is unauthorized. Consequently, the link to the host site has been removed.)
"Order Of The Black" will feature four different CD covers — one for each territory: North America, Europe, Australia and South America/Asia.
The "Order Of The Black" artwork can be viewed below.
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. Following Ozzfest, BLS will head out on its own worldwide headlining tour in support of "Order Of The Black" through 2011.
"Parade of the Dead" is the first single off BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's forthcoming eighth studio album, "Order Of the Black", which will be issued 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.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's last studio album, "Shot to Hell" (2006), sold just under 32,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release — less than the 45,000 copies shifted by BLS's "Mafia" (Artemis) back in March 2005 — to land at position No. 21 on The Billboard 200 chart.
(Thanks: Cristobal Lagos)
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