Black Label Society To Release Live Album & DVD
"Unblackened" is due out on September 23rd.Filmed and recorded earlier this year at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia, Unblackened will apparently show Black Label Society in a new light, featuring stripped back versions of tracks such as "Stillborn" and "The Blessed Hellride" and making use of acoustic instrumentation and pianos.
DVD and Blu-ray versions will be available, but the double disc release will have six additional tracks not found on the DVD including acoustic versions of "Queen Of Sorrow" and "Won't Find It Here," and covers of Leon Russel’s "Song For You” and "Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers.
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There will also be a strictly limited one-off run of the 7" singles