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Black Label Society - Unblackened 2013

(Live At Club Nokia, LA, 06-03-2013)

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Fue grabado el pasado 6 de marzo en el Club Nokia de Los Angeles, con versiones íntimas y acústicas de la banda, asi como canciones del disco en solitario de Zakk Wylde y de la banda Pride & Glory.
El show contó con Wylde en la guitarra y el piano, junto a los miembros de Black Label Society, así como una sección de cuerdas de cuatro piezas, un pedal de acero, e invitados especiales. El concierto también fue transmitido en vivo por televisión, exclusivamente por AXS. Un CD/DVD saldrá a la venta a finales de este año.

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's long-talked-about "Unblackened" DVD, which was previously scheduled to be filmed in late August at The Mayan in Los Angeles, California, and was then pushed back to January, was finally shot last night (Wednesday, March 6) at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. The set contained intimate versions of some of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's most popular songs, as well as songs from mainman Zakk Wylde's solo album "Book Of Shadows" and his Southern rock band PRIDE & GLORY. The show featured Wylde on guitar and piano, alongside the members of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, as well as a four-piece string section, pedal steel, and special guests. The concert was also broadcast live exclusively on AXS TV. A CD/DVD will be released later this year.

You could clearly see the divide of people at L.A. Live on March 6: those who were going to the Los Angeles Clippers game, and those who were going to see Black Label Society's concert. Both even wore their own uniforms, basketball fans in Clippers gear, and BLS fans in band merch you'll learn more about below.

The term "golden god" may have been originally intended for Robert Plant, but today it is used frequently to describe iconic metal guitarist and Black Label Society leader Zakk Wylde. The band's concert at Club Nokia celebrated his career outside of his renowned stint with the legendary Ozzy Osbourne, summarizing his body of work with his early '90s project Pride & Glory, solo albums such as 1996's Book Of Shadows, and his catalog with BLS, which spans nearly 15 years.

The BLS crowd is akin to a biker gang: They all ... and I mean all ... wear BLS back patches adorning vests and coats and BLS shirts. They refer to themselves as "chapters" based on location, and they're all part of a "family." As the chapters assembled, some seated and some standing, and some with a glass of beer or whiskey in hand, they meandered around equipment set up to both live stream the show on AXS TV and to record the performance for a live DVD/CD to be titled Unblackened.

As the curtain dropped, a living room setup was revealed and any worries about the set being too soft (it was said to be semiacoustic) were blown away. We may have been seated, but the loud, booming sound often permeated with Wylde's signature "squealies" (pinch harmonics) filling the room.

"The Blessed Hellride" lit up my ears. Watching Wylde playing with his faraway gaze was the perfect combination of hard and soft. This dichotomy would characterize the entire set, as he would move back and forth from playing one of his signature drool-worthy Gibson guitars to an acoustic guitar and the piano.

Of course, the versatile Wylde is the true definition of a guitar shredder, and beyond that, to me he is one of the last of his kind. Watching Wylde play intricate songs such as the acoustic instrumental "Takillya (Estaybon)" showed the depth of his musical skills. But it was during "I Thank You Child," when a clip of him singing and playing with his daughter played on the screens, that all of our hearts unexpectedly melted.

To finish the show, an acoustic version of "Stillborn" BLS played completely changed the vibe of the hard-edged song into something new and different. As we departed from this somewhat surprisingly emotional set, I felt the meaning of "unblackened."

Tracklist :

1. Losin' Your Mind
2. The Blessed Hellride
3. Sold My Soul
4. Road Back Home
5. Spoke in the Wheel
6. House of Doom
7. Queen Of Sorrow
8. Machine Gun Man
9. Sweet Jesus
10. In This River
11. Throwin' It All Away
12. Takillya (Estyabon)
13. Won't Find It Here
14. Rust
15. Speedball
16. I Thank You Child
17. Stillborn

Directed and produced by Zakk Wylde
Executive Producer - Evan Haiman
Director - Devin Dehaven

• Zakk Wylde - guitar, vocals, piano
• Nick Katanese - guitar
• John Desevio - bass, vocals
• Chad Szeliga - drums
• Derek Sherinian - keyboards, piano
• Greg Locascio - vocals

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Zakk Wylde & Black Label Society – Unblackened (2013) HDTV 1080i


Black Label Society is a heavy metal band formed by Zakk Wylde, with eight
studio albums, one live album, two compilation albums and one EP
released since formation of the band.


Formation and Sonic Brew (1998–1999)

In the early 1990s, Wylde had formed his own solo band Pride &
Glory, playing a mixture of bluesy southern rock with heavy metal.
However, after one album, they disbanded in December 1994. Wylde
subsequently recorded an acoustic solo album, Book of Shadows (released
1996). In May 1998, after limited commercial success with Book of
Shadows, Wylde and drummer Phil Ondich recorded what became Black Label
Society's debut album Sonic Brew. It was decided, rather than the album
being another solo album for Wylde, that they would form a long-lasting
band. It was known from the get-go that Nick Catanese would be retained
as the second guitarist in the band (Catanese previously toured as
rhythm guitarist for the Book Of Shadows tour). John DeServio, who
previously worked with Wylde as a temporary replacement in Pride &
Glory, joined as the band's bassist for the album's tour.

Sonic Brew was released in Japan on 28 October 1998. Due to delays in
signing with a record label (Spitfire Records), the album was not
released in the rest of the world until 4 May 1999.

Line-up changes and subsequent releases (1999–2007)

The band's second album Stronger Than Death followed in 2000, with
DeServio being replaced by Steve Gibb. Craig Nunenmacher replaced Ondich
in July 2000, with his debut recording with the band being the live
album Alcohol Fueled Brewtality Live +5. This was followed by 1919
Eternal in 2002. Steve Gibb was temporarily replaced by Mike Inez during
the Ozzfest 2001 tour, and then Robert Trujillo took over bass duties
for the band the next year.

In 2003, Trujillo joined Metallica, leaving the bass position in Black
Label Society open, which left room for Inez to rejoin the band for a
short 2 week tour, supporting the band's album The Blessed Hellride.
James LoMenzo joined the band in 2004 after the release of Hangover
Music Vol. VI, which was the band's last release for Spitfire Records.

On the first four studio albums, Wylde played every instrument except
for the drums, including vocals, guitars, piano, and bass guitar.

In 2005, after the band signed with Artemis Records, the album Mafia was
released. In October, LoMenzo left the band (and joined Megadeth a few
months later) and was replaced by the band's original bassist, John
DeServio. In 2006, the band left Artemis Records and signed to
Roadrunner Records, releasing the album Shot to Hell.

In June 2007, Black Label Society parted ways with Roadrunner Records.

Forming side bands and future (2007–present)

As of July 2007, members of Black Label Society J.D. DeServio and Nick
Catanese both signaled the start of new bands as Zakk Wylde toured with
Ozzy Osbourne. DeServio's band, Cycle of Pain (or C.O.P), has been
shopping to major labels and is believed to have inked a deal.
Catanese's band, Speed X, includes Mike Stone from Queensrÿche and is
currently recording. However, according to DeServio at a guitar
clinic/autograph signing in Huntington, NY, Black Label Society was set
to begin recording a new album in the fall of 2008, though this never

Drummer Craig Nunenmacher left the band in February 2009, and was replaced by Will Hunt (of Dark New Day, Evanescence)

On August 10, 2010, Order Of The Black, their 8th studio album, was released. It reached number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The band is currently touring in support of their new album. The Black
Label Berzerkus tour started in Portland, Oregon, with Children of Bodom
and Clutch sharing the main support slot and 2cents opening.

In March 2011, Will Hunt left the band to record with Evanescence, and
Danzig drummer Johnny Kelly (formerly of Type O Negative) filled in for
him for the rest of the tour, however at the present time (May 2011)
Mike Froedge of DoubleDrive and Speed X is handling the skin bashing

Black Label Society will release The Song Remains Not the Same, on May 3
via Entertainment One Music. The offering features unplugged versions
of material from their latest album, Order of the Black, as well as
additional material recorded during the Order of the Black sessions. The
Song Remains Not the Same was conceived, created and compiled by Zakk
Wylde and the title is a nod to one of Wylde's favorite bands, Led


01. Losin' Your Mind
02. The Blessed Hellride
03. Sold My Soul
04. Road Back Home
05. Spoke In The Wheel
06. House Of Doom
07. Queen Of Sorrow
08. Machine Gun Man
09. Sweet Jesus
10. In This River
11. Throwin' It All Away
12. Takillya (Estyabon)
13. Won't Find It Here
14. Rust
15. Speedball
16. I Thank You Child
17. Stillborn


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Container: BDAV
Video codec: H.264
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: H.264, 1920x1080, 5558 kbit / s, 16:9, 29,970 frames / sec.
Audio: AC-3, 384 kbit / s, 48.0 KHz, 6ch.

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