12 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by longtime Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde's searing six-string pyrotechnics and soulful vocals, Black Label Society play groove-laden rock with a deep melodic undercurrent. On their 10th album, the band delivers brawny swamp riffs ("Trampled Down Below," "Seasons of Falter") and huge power grooves ("A Love Unreal," "Room of Nightmares") alongside wistful guitar ballads ("The Only Words," "The Day That Heaven Had Gone Away," and "Nothing Left to Say") and the bluesy slow burn of "All That Once Shined."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Led by longtime Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde's searing six-string pyrotechnics and soulful vocals, Black Label Society play groove-laden rock with a deep melodic undercurrent. On their 10th album, the band delivers brawny swamp riffs ("Trampled Down Below," "Seasons of Falter") and huge power grooves ("A Love Unreal," "Room of Nightmares") alongside wistful guitar ballads ("The Only Words," "The Day That Heaven Had Gone Away," and "Nothing Left to Say") and the bluesy slow burn of "All That Once Shined."

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
109 Ratings
109 Ratings
Musician2Musician ,

Best BLS in a decade

I’m glad I didn’t write a review before I heard the whole album like everyone else decided to do. Wait until you listen to it before you grace the rest of us with your stable genius......great album. If you take the time to check it out you will see it’s one of the most dynamic BLS albums yet.

StopSpamTexts ,

Epic awesomeness only Zakk can deliver!!

Zach Wylde and Black Label Society are back with a vengeance. This album is incredible. It’s a riff driven rock ‘n’ roll keg party ‘o doom! If you get a chance to see Zakk and the boys on tour right now, I highly recommend it. Grimmest Hits. Supa grim, gonna be a lot of hits. Zakk Wylde is the greatest guitar player the world has ever known. Throw your money at this man for the love of God and all things holy. He deserves it! 👊🏻💀⚡️🔥

ReddCoat ,

Zakk's gettin' lazy

Not a bad song, but let's be real...it's basically two riffs and a solo. I love BLS, love Zakk, but this just seemed a little repetitive to me. Hopefully the rest of the album has a bit more variety within the songs.

More By Black Label Society