Order Of The Black - Jewel Case - Black Label Society Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock / Artist: Black Label Society / Audio CD released 2010-08-23 at Roadrunner / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Crazy Horse 2 Overlord 3 Parade Of The Dead 4 Darkest Days 5 Black Sunday 6 Southern Dissolution 7 Time Waits For No One 8 Godspeed Hell Bound 9 W ... more
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by Frankingsteins - written on 20/02/08 (Very useful, 22 readings)
but fortunately Wylde is very, very slowly starting to develop a style of his own. Opening song Fire It Up is the best example of this "ever-so-slightly-new" B Black Label Society based around the same type of guitar riff as ever, but with Wylde s vocals consciously breaking free of his Ozzy influence, and surprisingly tending to go higher rather than lower, as would be customary for the Southern stoner bands usually classed as his contemporaries. Sadly, the sound very soon falls back into the Ozzy mould with What s In You, the catchy Forever Down, the slow Death March, the more energetic Electric Hellfire and the whining ballad Dirt on the Grave ...
1919 Eternal - Zakk Wylde and Black Label SocietyMCMXIX (355 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 20/02/08 (Very useful, 14 readings)
(perhaps second only to the late Dimebag Darrell), but his simplistic, catchy groove metal style at least results in albums that can be easily digested. 1919 Eternal is B Black Label Society s most entertaining release up to this point (the band consists of Wylde on vocals, guitar and bass, and some other bloke on drums), but perhaps owes its commercially enjoyable nature to the uncanny similarity it bears to modern Ozzy Osbourne. Comparisons are understandable considering Wylde pretty much defines the sound of Osbourne s music these days, but songs like Demise of Sanity in particular sound distinctly like Down to Earth -era off-cuts, even down to Wylde s occasional ...
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