That’s right, leather and whiskey lovers.
“Unblackened,” the new live DVD, Blu-ray, and digital video from Black Label Society, will be released on September 24 by Eagle Rock Entertainment.
Pre-orders will begin in September 9.
Additionally, Zakk’s label home, eOne Music, will release the audio version of the “Unblackened” DVD under the same name.
The double disc release will have six additional tracks not found on the DVD, including two acoustic versions of “Queen Of Sorrow” and “Won’t Find It Here,” and covers of Leon Russell’s “Song For You” and “Aint No Sunshine When She’s Gone” by Bill Withers.
Filmed and recorded earlier this year in high definition at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia, a press release claims “Unblackened” is “Black Label Society presenting their songs in a whole new light, with greater use of acoustic instrumentation. Wylde plays both guitar and piano, with Nick Catanase on guitar, John DeServio on bass/vocals, Chad Szeliga on drums, Derek Sherinian on keyboards/piano, and Greg Locascio providing additional vocals.”
Acoustic Black Label Society? Sounds boring.
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