BLACK LABEL SOCIETY: 'Hangover' Tentative Track Listing Revealed

According to the official Zakk Wylde fan site SDMFworldwide.com, the new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY album, "Hangover Music Vol. VI", will feature the following tentative track listing:

01. Crazy or High
02. Stepping Stone
03. Layne
04. Fear of Being Alone
05. Queen of Sorrow
06. Val's Song
07. Once More
08. Won't Find It Here
09. Woman, Don't You Cry
10. House of Doom
11. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
12. The Damage Is Done
13. A Whiter Shade of Pale (PROCOL HARUM cover)

In addition, the following tracks were recorded but have not been officially confirmed to appear on the release:

14. She Deserves A Free Ride
15. Burnt & Faded
16. I Ain't Your Puppet
17. Woman, Don't You Cry
18. No Other

As previously reported, "Hangover Music Vol. VI" is mostly acoustic- and piano-based, much like Zakk's 1996 solo album "Book Of Shadows". Mike Inez (ALICE IN CHAINS, OZZY OSBOURNE), James Lomenzo (PRIDE & GLORY, WHITE LION), and J.D. all share bass duties on the album and Brian Tichy (OZZY OSBOURNE, BILLY IDOL) and John Tempesta (ROB ZOMBIE, TESTAMENT, EXODUS) both make guest appearances on drums. The tentative release date for the album is April 20 through Spitfire Records.

Wylde will be participating in a live chat with GibsonCustom.com on Tuesday, February 24 between 2:00 p.m. and 3.p.m. CST. For more information, click here.

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