Black Stone Cherry's new album was described in this month's Classic Rock as a "ballsy, loud rock album with enough odd detail to keep everyone interested, balancing authenticity ands ambition".
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Readers of the print edition of Classic Rock will have noticed Black Stone Cherry straddling the front cover, while inside, they talk about the album. "This is the first record we've made where we weren't guided or pushed a certain way by our label" says drummer John Fred Young. "We were left alone, and it was marvellous."
Guitarist Ben Wells adds, “We went in feeling a real sense of freedom and confidence about what we wanted to be as a band and what we wanted this album to sound like. We wanted it to be something that would really go over with our fans live. That’s where we really sell ourselves. We wanted to showcase the heavy riffs and the melodies."
Want more? The new edition of Classic Rock also features a FREE CD of hits, exclusive acoustic songs and brilliant live tracks (from Download 2013) from the band. It's available from newsagents who like it loud, and online, now.
Black Stone Cherry tour this side of the Atlantic in October.
Oct 23 The Academy, Dublin
Oct 24 Mandela Hall, Belfast
Oct 26 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Oct 27 Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
Oct 28 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Oct 30 LG Arena, Birmingham
Oct 31 Phones 4u Arena, Manchester,