BLACK LABEL SOCIETY mainman Zakk Wylde will be the featured guest on tonight's (Wednesday, March 5) edition of the nationally syndicated "Loveline" radio show with hosts Dr. Drew Pinsky and Mike Catherwood. Zakk will be on the air from 10:15 p.m. until 11 p.m. PST. The show airs locally in Los Angeles live on KROQ 106.7 FM and can be streamed online at LovelineShow.com.The new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY studio album, "Catacombs Of The Black Vatican", will be released in Europe on April 7 via Mascot Label Group and one day later in North America through eOne Music. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY recently amicably parted ways with longtime guitarist Nick Catanese and replaced him with Dario Lorina (LIZZY BORDEN). "Catacombs of the Black Vatican" is BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's first new studio album since 2009's "The Order Of The Black", which debuted at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 chart.
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