BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's "Skullage" DVD package sold 5,100 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 1 on the Top Music Videos chart.
Released Tuesday, April 21 in three different configurations — CD, DVD and CD/DVD — this highly anticipated collection features the best of Zakk Wylde & Co. This massive greatest hits package is chock-full of live material, music videos, interviews, and a vivid cross-section of brutal and introspective tracks, from amped-up blazers like "Fire It Up" and "Suicide Messiah" to raw power ballads like "In This River" and "Spoke In The Wheel".
Showcasing the best of decade-deep career, "Skullage" is not only full of hot licks and headbangers, but some at-home moments with Zakk. "Welcome To The Compound" is a brand new interview feature with the guitar god, with some hysterical moments thrown into the mix. A package this mammoth surely caught the attention of the metal fans, which resulted in sales shooting to the top position in its first week!
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY has brought the brutality on the road as well. Headlining the Black Label Bash with the likes of SEVENDUST, DOPE and a few others, the band wraps up their national tour on May 8 and will start a summer trek with MUDVAYNE.
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