ZAKK WYLDE Working On New Movie Project?
Ultimate-Guitar.com reports that Zakk Wylde — currently on tour with his band BLACK LABEL SOCIETY — has revealed that he has a new movie up his sleeve. Wylde got a big acting break when he starred in the movie "Rock Star" as a member of the fictitious band STEEL DRAGON alongside Mark Wahlberg.
When asked if he had any other movies on the agenda, Wylde replied that he was in the process of making a film titled "The Berserkers". Watch a video clip of Zakk's response at this location.
Wylde recently cancelled his U.K. tour, and some speculate it's to finish OZZY OSBOURNE's album. The Osbourne camp, however, is indicating that the recording of the album will be completed in the next few days.
Roadrunner Records is making the second single from BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's new "Shot to Hell" album — "Blood is Thicker than Water" — available for free download from this location. A 15-minute audio interview with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY mainman Zakk Wylde, conducted recently by Andrew Haug of Triple J's "Full Metal Racket" (based in Australia), can be downloaded at this location (6.1 MB).
"Shot to Hell" has sold 69,000 copies in the United States since its Sept. 12 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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