Black Label Society - Doom Crew Inc Deluxe Edition
LP Pressed on album artwork Doom Crew Inc picture disc. Limited to 2,000 copies worldwide, only available through MNRK and exclusive to the deluxe edition of Doom Crew Inc.
The deluxe edition of Doom Crew Inc includes the following:
-Doom Crew Inc Album Art Picture Disc Double LP (exclusive to deluxe edition)
-Doom Crew Inc Long Box CD
-Doom Crew Inc Cassette Tape
-Doom Crew Inc Iron Cross Die Cut Sticker
-Doom Crew Inc Iron Cross Enamel Pin
-Doom Crew Inc Doom Coin
-Doom Crew Inc Album Artwork Flag
-Doom Crew Inc Album Artwork Drink Coaster
-Zakk Wylde "Set You Free" Autographed 6"x8" Lyric Post Card
The deluxe edition of Doom Crew Inc comes housed in a custom 12x12x2 metal box with album artwork pressed directly on. This is limited to 2,000 copies worldwide.
1) Set You Free
2) Destroy & Conquer
3) You Made Me Want To Live
4) Forever and a Day
5) End of Days
8) Love Reign Down
9) Gospel of Lies
10) Shelter Me
11) Gather all my Sins
12) Farewell Ballad
Black Label Society builds their music on this simple truth, truth as self-evident on Back in Black as on the dozen songs comprising Doom Crew Inc., the eleventh album from the dependable stalwarts.
Doom Crew Inc. is both a tribute to the band’s “first to bleed, last to leave” road crew and a salute to the legion whose support, stretching back to 1998, rivals that of the KISS Army. The Black Label Society biker-style battle vest “kutte” is as ubiquitous at hard rock and metal shows as a black t-shirt.
Doom Crew Inc. is the fourth BLS album created at the Black Vatican, the studio built at the Wylde residence in 2010. “Ever since Order of the Black, we make all of the Black Label donuts up here,” he says proudly. “We make them, put them in the oven, and then box them up and ship them out.”
“We incorporated Father Dario even more into the solos, doubling with me and being more involved in that regard. It really, truly is a two-guitar album, more so than ever. A twin guitar band, whether it’s the Allman Brothers or Judas Priest, with harmony lines, unison lines, and trading off solos. It stemmed from the live shows, where we’d both go into the crowd and extend songs like ‘Fire It Up.’"