BLACK LABEL SOCIETY: New Song Available Online

A brand new BLACK LABEL SOCIETY track, entitled "Concrete Jungle", is available for streaming at this location. The song comes off the band's new album, "Shot to Hell", due on September 12 via Roadrunner Records.

As previously reported, the cover artwork for "Shot to Hell" has been posted online at this location.

Produced by Zakk and Michael Beinhorn (OZZY, KORN, SOUNDGARDEN), and recorded with longtime pals Craig Nunenmacher (drums) and John "J.D." DeServio (bass), "Shot to Hell" takes the ferocious hard rock of such BLS albums as 2003's "Blessed Hellride" and 2005's "Mafia" to a whole new level of "brewtality."

"I never run out of ideas," Zakk says. "We just came in here and started knocking it out. That's how you make records." That take-no-prisoners attitude is all over such snarling tracks as "Concrete Jungle", "Blood Is Thicker Than Water" and "Give Yourself To Me", while reflective ballads like "Lead Me To Your Door" and "Sick Of It All" mix moody melodies with screaming guitar solos. "It's a real cool mix of heavy shit and mellow shit," Zakk explains.


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