Black Label Society and Corrosion of Conformity roll into Clifton Park

Black Label Society along with Corrosion of Conformity and EyeHateGod performed at the Upstate Concert Hall Sunday, January 7. With the venue near full capacity, Zakk Wylde and his band of brothers played a high energy show pleasing fans old and new.

Black Label Society opened the show with the fast paced “Genocide Junkies,” following up with “Funeral Bell.” Zakk Wylde made no hesitation to melt the crowd’s faces off from the beginning all the way through the whole setlist including crowd favorites “Suicide Messiah” and “Fire it Up.” Later this month, Black Label Society’s new album “Grimmest Hits” debuts. Do not get confused. This is not a greatest hits album.

Black Label Society brought along Corrosion of Conformity for the tour. Fans in the area were happy to see Pepper Keenan and Corrosion of Conformity back in Clifton Park. From crowd favorites to new songs, Corrosion of Conformity had a song for everyone. They have a new album coming out January 12th called No Cross No Crown. Corrosion of Conformity got the crowd singing with “Albatross,” followed that with an introduction of the rest of the band, before ending the show with “Clean My Wounds.”

Black Label Society Setlist: Genocide Junkies, Funeral Bell, Suffering Overdue, Bleed for Me, Heart of Darkness, Suicide Messiah, All That Once Shined,  Room of Nightmares, Low Down, Bridge to Cross, In This River, The Blessed Hellride, Fire it Up, Concrete Jungle, Stillborn

Corrosion Of Conformity Setlist: Bottom Feeder (El que come abajo), The Luddite, Seven Days, Vote With a Bullet, Long Whip/Big America, Who’s Got the Fire, 13 Angels, Broken Man, Albatross, Clean My Wounds.

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