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Shot to Hell starts with “Concrete Jungle,” one of the catchiest and most successful songs of Zakk Wylde’s career. With its mix of guitar tones, a forward-moving groove, and a snarling blues-based refrain, “Concrete Jungle” feels like the song Wylde had been waiting his whole life to write. The rest of Shot to Hell is propelled by a similar energy and focus. “Black Mass Reverends,” “Blacked Out World,” and “Faith Is Blind” are swirling, heaving masses of heavy riffing in which Wylde’s guitar squeals and screams with inimitable bravura. At the same time, Shot to Hell returns Wylde to his early solo albums, on which he showed his rootsier, '70s-oriented side. Aside from his lifelong devotion to metal, Wylde also appreciates such classic rock staples as Elton John, Neil Young, and Pink Floyd, influences that are prominent on piano-driven ballads like “Nothing’s the Same” and “The Last Goodbye.” With this album, Wylde went for the whole classic rock package: the naturalism, the aggression, and the grandeur.

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I have been looking for some raw rock just like this for some time. Here it is! There is no doubt that the Sabbath and Ozzy influence is there and if you love that, you should enjoy this album!

finally out!

been waiting for this album to come out, it did not disappoint. Already heard Concrete Jungle and Blood is Thicker Than Water on Headbanger's ball so I knew those two were good, but the rest of the songs have the same great quality I have come to expect from Wylde and Black Label Society.


Black Mass Reverend, Concrete Jungle, nothing else 2 say


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After falling out with mentor Ozzy Osbourne following the recording sessions for 1995's Ozzmosis, guitarist Zakk Wylde struck out on his own with his first solo album, Book of Shadows, in 1996. When it failed to score any mainstream success, the six-stringer took an extended break before resurfacing with a new album and band called Black Label Society in 1999, featuring Wylde on vocals, guitar, and bass and drummer Phil Ondich. A number of different musicians would sift through the band's ranks during...
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