Black Label Society announce the release of their first-ever career spanning box set, titled None More Black today through Entertainment One. Featuring their to date 12 full-length studio albums, this massive collection is comprised of 20 all newly pressed vinyl and includes a compilation bonus tracks and reworked originals vinyl, Song Remains Not The Same Vol. 2. Also included is a beautifully made 32-page hardcover retrospective photo book, a NMB bottle opener, and an exclusive, Odin’s Demolition Squad back patch to add to your BLS vest. To celebrate the release of NMB, BLS has dropped their official music video for “Blind Man”, a bonus track previously only found on Catacombs of the Black Vatican, can be seen below. But wait, there’s more… guitar icon and frontman Zakk Wylde has unleashed a hilarious infomercial for the occasion here (which can also been seen below). The limited quantity Boxset is now available to order in eOne’s Heavy US, UK and EU stores here.

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Vinyl Selections in Boxset:

Grimmest Hits 2LP
Stronger Than Death 2LP
1919 Eternal 2LP
The Blessed Hellride LP
Hangover Music Vol. VI 2LP
Mafia 2LP
Shot To Hell LP
Order Of The Black 2LP
Catacombs Of The Black Vatican 2LP
Nuns And Roaches LP
Sonic Brew 2LP
Song Remains Not The Same II 3LP
Bonus Tracks:

Song Remains Not The Same Vol. II:

1. My Dying Time 
2. Blind Man
3. Graveyard Disciples
4. The Nomad 
5. Scars
6. House of Doom
7. A Love Unreal
8. We Live No More 
9. Cry Me A River
10. The Chosen One
11. Empty Promises
12. Lead Me To Your Door
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  • Dana on

    Zakk has the BEST sense of humor, I love him so….

  • Ray Gillen on

    The funniest guy in metal . Great guitar player and a great dude in general, totally down to earth. I see he discovered the just for men beard product ,lol .

  • Michael Minutaglio on

    I feel Zakk is greatly underrated. He is a great songwriter, I wish modern rock radio would pick up on his stuff. Some of his slower more mellow stuff is awesome, especially when he adds in his signature solos. Order of the Black is a phenomenal album top to bottom. Too bad most people (besides his fans) will never hear his stuff…

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