BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's 'Suicide Messiah' Debuts At No. 1

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's new single, "Suicide Messiah", is No. 1 most added at both Active and Mainstream Rock formats. This week's adds include monster rock stations WRIF/Detroit, MI and KUPD/Phoenix, AZ. Many stations added the single early, including the huge WAAF/Boston, MA and KISW/Seattle, WA.

The video for "Suicide Messiah" is currently wrapping production and will be serviced to video outlets in early February. "Suicide Messiah" is the first single from the new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY album, "Mafia", due out on Artemis Records on March 8.

In other BLACK LABEL SOCIETY news, Zakk Wylde and company just performed to a sold-out crowd at Los Angeles' House Of Blues. A nationwide tour is scheduled to kick off on March 10 in Tempe, Arizona.

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