BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Finalize Release Date, Track Listing For 'The Blessed Hellride'

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY have set an April 22 release date through Spitfire Records for their new CD, titled "The Blessed Hellride".

The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:

01. Stoned & Drunk
02. Doomsday Jesus
03. Stillborn (feat. Ozzy Osbourne)
04. Suffering Overdue
05. The Blessed Hellride
06. Funeral Bell
07. Final Solution
08. Destruction Overdrive
09. Blackend Waters
10. We Live No More
11. Dead Meadow

The first single off the album, "Stillborn", is slated for release in the coming weeks. An accompanying video, directed by Rob Zombie, is set to premiere sometime in March. As previously reported, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's forthcoming DVD, tentatively titled "Broozed, Boozed & Broken-Boned: Live With The Detroit Chapter", is due in March/April. It features a live performance recorded at Harpo's Concert Theater in Detroit, Michigan on Sep. 14, 2002.


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