Zakk Wylde has partnered with Blair's Hot Sauces to bring you a new line of Berserker Hot Sauces. The four flavors will be called "Shot To Hell", "Stronger Than Death", "Sonic Brew" and "Original." Hmm, one of those doesn't seem to fit with the others... Anyhow, from the BLS MySpace comes this promo: "Made with only the finest (and hottest) ingredients, these intensely flavorful sauces add bite to your favorite dishes. All bottles include a free Skull keyring." A keyring. Fuck yeah. "The sauces are currently for pre-order and will ship approximately October 15th." 2 weeks? But I want it now... Here's a picture LOL: Will you be trying some of Zakk's hot sauce on your food item?
ZAKK WYLDE's MySpace page reports: "This years fourteenth annual X-Games is happening now in Los Angeles, and on Saturday morning August 2nd, Zakk will be opening the day's events with another sure-to be rousing rendition of the 'Star Spangled Banner'. The X-Games are for athletes that know no boundaries when it comes to their performance - whether it be on a motorcycle, rally car or skateboard. So it's more than fitting that Zakk's been tapped to open the day's festivities! The X Games air on ESPN / ESPN2 and ABC - check local listings."
Roadrunner Records has set a July 3 release date for the new Black Label Society album entitled "Shot to Hell". "Shot to Hell" is the bands debut album with Roadrunner Records and the followup to "Mafia".
You can view the new Black Label Society video for the song "Fire It Up" at this location. The song comes off of the band's latest album "Mafia".
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY will reportedly be filming their June 18 show at the Carling Academy 2 in Manchester, England for their upcoming DVD. The band are believed to have already shot footage for the DVD at their June 3 performance at the Astoria in London as well as frontman Zakk Wylde's in-store appearance at the HMV on Oxford Street in London prior to the Astoria show. The disc, which will reportedly include fan interviews filmed at the HMV in-store, is expected to surface late 2005/early 2006.