Black Label Society announced their 11th studio album, Doom Crew Inc., out November 26 via Spinefarm.
The album will be available digitally, on CD and on 2-disc vinyl via three limited colour variants (details below).
Exclusive vinyl variants: -
White x 2000
Silver x 2000
Grey/marble x 2000
Additionally, Spinefarm have created an extra-special loaded & limited box, including grey/marble vinyl, cassette, CD, t-shirt, pin badge, enamel badge & an official photo card. Limited to 500 worldwide.
Pre-orders are available, HERE.
Today, the band released their first single, “Set You Free” – check out the absurdly ridiculous video for the first single, here.
The 12-track album is both a tribute to the band’s “first to bleed, last to leave'' road crew and a salute to the legion whose support, stretching back to 1998, rivals that of the KISS Army. The stomping, heavy, bluesy, recklessly unhinged hard-rock-metal quartet are part invading horde, and part traveling carnival – summoning caffeine-fuelled cacophony on records and the stage.
The songs are odes to celebration and mourning, the soundtracks to jubilant evenings and bewildering days recorded in Zakk’s home studio, the Black Vatican. On this album, Zakk trades solos and twin-guitar parts with Dario Lorina, backed by the rumble of long-time bassist John “J.D.” DeServio and powerhouse drummer Jeff Fabb. “We incorporated Father Dario even more into the solos, doubling with me and being more involved in that regard,” said frontman Zakk Wylde. “It really, truly is a two-guitar album, more so than ever. A twin guitar band, whether it’s the Allman Brothers or Judas Priest, with harmony lines, unison lines, and trading off solos. It stemmed from the live shows, where we’d both go into the crowd and extend songs like ‘Fire It Up.’”