Tune into Rob's show on Thursday to hear the FIRST EVER play of a brand new BCC track
The first track from Black Country Communion's forthcoming sophomore album, 2, will receive its world debut during Rob Birnie's show on Thursday.
The song - THE OUTSIDER - is the opening track from the new album, which is released on 12 June.
Rob will be giving the song its first ever spin after 10am.
Black Country Communion 2 was once again produced by Kevin Shirley and released through Mascot Records next month.
Here's the tracklist:
1. The Outsider
2. Man In The Middle
3. The Battle For Hadrian's Wall
4. Save Me
5. Smokestack Woman
7. An Ordinary Son
8. I Can See Your Spirit
9. Little Secret
In other BCC news, Jason Bonham has revealed that the song, 'Save Me', was an aborted "new Led Zeppelin" song which was started when he was rehearsing and writing with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones following Zep's reunion show in 2007.
"The song, 'Save Me', on the album started with a riff from when I was working with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page after the Led Zeppelin reunion gigs. It was just this riff that had a Zeppelin feel to it. I have a version of that with Jimmy and John playing on it with me. That's all I ever had - this guitar riff. For me it was just a magical moment of "Jimmy page was playing this idea I had".
"When we got to do this project [BCC] I kinda played it briefly to the others for the first album but because of the timespan we had we didn't have the spectrum to do it.
"So [on the new record] Kevin said "let's finish off this song of Jason's"."