BLACK LABEL SOCIETY filmed a video for the track "Stillborn", the first single off their forthcoming "The Blessed Hellride" CD, this past Monday (March 24) in Los Angeles, with Rob Zombie directing. Roughs will be done Friday (March 28) and the final copy should be turned in early April. In other news, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY mainman Zakk Wylde will be performing the United States National Anthem at the National Anthem at the final L.A. Kings game for the regular NHL season on Wednesday, April 2.
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY will be performing 10 shows on the West Coast prior to their Japanese tour in mid-April.
"The Blessed Hellride" West Coast tour:
Mar. 28 - Sacramento, CA @ The Roadhouse
Mar. 29 - Ventura, CA @ Ventura Theatre
Mar. 30 - Palo Alto, CA @ The Edge
Apr. 01 - West Hollywood, CA @ Key Club
Apr. 02 - Los Angeles LA Kings (performing National Anthem)
Apr. 03 - Las Vegas, NV @ Huntridge Theatre
Apr. 04 - Tucson, AZ @ City Limits
Apr. 05 - Tempe, AZ @ Bash On Ash
Apr. 06 - Albuquerque, NM @ Midnight Rodeo
Apr. 08 - San Diego, CA @ 4th & B
Apr. 09 - Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's "The Blessed Hellride" is due on April 22 through Spitfire Records.
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