BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Cancel Bradford Show, Prepare For Live DVD Recording

May 31, 2005

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY have cancelled their June 2 show at the Bradford Town & Country Club in England due to frontman Zakk Wylde "wanting a day off to preserve his voice for the rest of the tour," according to a posting on the Bradford Rio web site. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the band are scheduled to film a live DVD at their June 3 concert at the London Astoria, which is believed to have been the primary reason for the cancellation of the Bradford show.

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's Bradford show was previously upgraded from the Bradford Rio to the Bradford Town & Country Club due to "overwhelming demand" for tickets.

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY are touring in support of their latest CD, "Mafia", available now on Artemis Records.

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