It’s another good album, then, from Black Label Society and if you’ve enjoyed what has gone before, then there’s no question that this record, with its doom meets Alice in Chains vibe hits the spot. 8
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A remarkable debut, if you haven't yet pre-ordered ‘new age of old ways’ then kick yourself, hard, and remedy the situation.
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A furiously energetic, full-blooded rock ‘n’ roll record, ‘Moonshine’ is a truly kick-ass record and one that is well worth checking out.
It’s BLS sounding strong, confident and inspired and, after a five year absence, it’s hard to imagine that the band could have returned with a better, more varied release than the melodic, heavy, inspired ‘catacombs of the black Vatican’. Zakk’s back, and goddam it’s good to see him.
‘Swampires’ – your new favourite album from your new favourite band – get a copy and get it now, this is metal as it’s meant to sound.