BLACK LABEL SOCIETY shoots new music video

Monday, September 27, 2010

September 28, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): BLACK LABEL SOCIETY has recently done a video shoot for their song "Overlord”. The music video was done by directors Nik Jamgocyan and Eric Zimmerman, both from Master Cylinder.

The track, "Order Of The Black" sold for around 33,000 copies in America in the first week of release to enter the Billboard 200 charts. The song entered the charts at number 4. BLS as we know is headed by none other than Zakk Wylde.

The director duo of Zimmerman and Jamgocyan also had worked with BLS previously. Together, they had created video clips for songs like "Fire It Up" and "Blood Is Thicker Than Water".

The two had also made "Doom Troopin’ Live - The European Invasion" DVD that has captured the live monstrosity of the band in its immaculate, brutal self.

The fans shot BLACK LABEL SOCIETY video footage of them performing "Overlord" on the 10th of August 10 at Roxy in West Hollywood, California is also available.

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY’s last album, was called "Shot to Hell", sold off around 32,000 units to and landed at No. 21 on the charts. "Shot to Hell" sold about 45,000 copies of “Mafia” that was released in the March 2005 and debuted at the 15th position.

– Sampurn Wire

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