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Black Label Society Releases "Angel Of Mercy" Music Video

Black Label Society has debuted a brand new music video for newest hit single, "Angel of Mercy." Directed by long time collaborator Justin Reich of The Antimatter Studio, the video depicts a stripped down version of the wall of sound that is widely associated with the band.

The single was also recently performed on Late Night With Seth Meyers, which was the first time the band performed on network television in its decorated tenure. "Angel of Mercy" comes off the band's latest album "Catacombs of the Black Vatican" (reviewed here).

The band will embark on a stretch of headlining tour dates across the U.S. starting on July 17th in Cincinnati before eventually wrapping up at the Sunshine Theater in Albuquerque on August 4th. Wovenwar and Kyng have been tapped to support, with dates available here.

Black Label Society has also been announced to appear the upcoming Knotfest with Slipknot, Five Finger Death Punch, Carcass, Volbeat, and many more. Full info on the festival can be found at this location.

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