This year sees Black Label Society hitting the road on their ‘Doom Trooping Over North America’ tour. Zakk Wylde used to be Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist before he formed the legendary heavy metal/hard rock band Black Label Society. They have an army of followers called Berserkers who follow BLS’s motto of ‘Strength, Determination, Merciless’.
Black Label Society on Tour
The tour will start in Sacramento, California. Doom Trooping Over North America tour will bring Black Label Society to famous music cities and venues. This includes Roseland Theater in Portland, the Blues House in Chicago, and Fillmore in Minneapolis, Georgia Theater in Athens, Georgia, Franklin Hall in Philadelphia, Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts, Irvine Square in New York, and will end at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque.
Black Label Society was described as “a part of the invading tribe and all the part of the travel in a press release. The Black Label Society travels through a world driven by caffeine and noise. BLS attracts and inspires audiences anytime, anywhere.
Recently, Black Label Society shared a music video of their 2014 hit song “Heart of Darkness”. Supporting band Prong released EP, End of Days in 2019.
Black Label Society was formed in 1998. And to date have released an incredible ten studio albums, two compilation albums, two live albums, three video albums, and one EP. Over the years Zakk Wylde has seen band members come and go. The current members include Wylde, John Deservio, Jeff Fabb, and Dario Lorina.
Effective 10/15/21, we will be requiring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. At least 14 days past second shot — unless Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine) or a negative COVID-19 PCR/rapid test (must be taken within 72 hours of the event date. If vaccinated, please have a vaccination card ready to prove vaccination status. Or a clearly visible photo of your vaccination card on your phone and a form of ID to match the vaccination card to (government-issued ID/debit card/school ID are acceptable). If unvaccinated, you will need to present a printed or digital negative COVID-19 test.
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