Black Stone Cherry have announced the release their seventh studio album, The Human Condition on 30th October via Mascot Label Group. The collection will be available in digital, deluxe CD and vinyl formats, with an array of music & merch bundle options and a UK exclusive purple vinyl, which you can pre-order now at the link below. Listen to the new single ‘Again,’ and watch the video now. The band also announced 2021 tour dates, which you can see below.
Black Stone Cherry has introduced “Cherry Chat”, a YouTube live streaming series between the band, fans, and special guests. This is a means for the band to stay connected to fans during the dog days of quarantine due to coronavirus. Last week they kicked off the series with a hangout with members of Halestorm, which you can watch below. This week they welcome in guests Theory. Tune in this Friday, April 24th at 5 PM CDT for this week’s episode! Continue reading
Do to the COVID-19 outbreak, Alter Bridge has postponed their upcoming headline tour with special guests Black Stone Cherry and Saint Asonia. The tour was in continued support of their excellent 2019 album Walk The Sky, out now via Napalm Records. The band has released a statement to fans: Continue reading
After the success of the first one, and acting as a nice stop gap between albums, comes Back to Blues Vol. 2 (Mascot Records) – Black Stone Cherry’s second EP covering blues standards from years gone by. Like the first one it comes a year after a proper album, 2018s Family Tree (Mascot Records) in this case, and is chock full of big names. Happily, also like the first volume, it is a joy from start to finish – with the six blues classics given the full Black Stone Cherry treatment.
Blues-inspired rockers Black Stone Cherry have confirmed they are getting ready to commence work on their new album. A new BST album will e the follow up to their Family Tree LP. Guitarist Ben Wells told the news to MisplacedStraws.com, which you can see below (translated by Blabbermouth). The band just released Black To Blues Volume 2, was released on November 1 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group a few weeks. Continue reading
Exit 111 Festival, aptly named for the highway exit in Manchester TN, made its début October 11-13, 2019. Arriving in powers of three, it was three days of riffs, rock, and rowdiness. One part Metal, one part Rock, one Southern rock, and a whole lot of nostalgia, the event hosted three stages: the Rise Above Stage (honored suicide awareness and featured many of the Classic rock/Southern rock acts), Heaven Stage (the main stage and home to the headliners), and Hell Stage (spotlighted mainly heavy artists). Continue reading
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The inaugural Exit 111 Festival takes place starting today at Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee — the home of Bonnaroo — October 11 – 13. Ghost Cult is honored to be a part of this historic event! Headlined by Guns N’ Roses, Def Leppard and Lynyrd Skynyrd, with appearances by Slayer, ZZ Top, Deftones, Megadeth, Mastodon, Coheed & Cambria, Blackberry Smoke, Ministry, Cheap Trick, Killswitch Engage, Seether, Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society and many more! In addition to the hours of great music, Exit 111 will host experiences such as “The Paranormal Cirque,” “The Red Bull Freestyle Motorcross Experience,” “Mega Sports Bar” and more. Radio personality and metal legend Eddie Trunk will host. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, April 25 at 12 p.m. ET via Front Gate Tickets. Check out our day by day preview: Continue reading
Blues-rock band Black Stone Cherry return with another covers album in tribute to heroes such as Freddie King, Robert Johnson, Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Elmore James and Son House on Black To Blues Volume 2, which will now be released on November 1st via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. The new date is the result of unforeseen production issues that have since been rectified. In August the band released a video directed by Mike Rodway for the track “Me And The Devil Blues” which you can see now! Continue reading
Rocklahoma 2019. Three days in the sun, dust, and more sun over Memorial Day weekend (four days technically if you count the Thursday night pre-party). This was the 12 year of this annual festival and it was set to be one for the books from the get-go. Getting to this massive party was no small task on my part. Driving from New Hampshire to Oklahoma isn’t exactly a relaxing Sunday drive. Two full days of driving, two full-on tornadoes, and 1,700 miles later, I had arrived at my Air BnB in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Roughly 50 minutes outside of Pryor. Continue reading