Just lifted this from melodicrock.com
ZAKK WYLDE'S BLACK LABEL SOCIETY RELEASE NEW ALBUM HANGOVER MUSIC, VOL. VI:
HOLLYWOOD (March 8, 2004) Hangover Music Vol. VI is an album that will change all preconceptions about Zakk Wylde & Black Label Society. Hangover Music, Vol. VI is an emotionally fueled work of genius, mixed with brilliant piano concertos and guitar solo
mastery that has become Zakk Wylde's signature.
After many requests from fans, for Wylde to record another Book of Shadows, an earlier solo work of his, Wylde chose to take BLS into another direction for this latest album. Wylde wrote more rock based music than metal, unlike BLS' previous albums. "What would be the point of putting out the same damn album each time?" exclaims Wylde. "This one's darker and heavier than some of our previous CDs, maybe in the vein of when Alice In Chains did "Jar of Flies" but its still a BLS record. I loved it when GNR did mellow shit like Lies.....those are the CD's we listen to during 20 hour bus rides or after a night of "brewtality".
Hangover Music Vol. VI is a thought provoking, passionate and absorbing collection of songs that expose the beauty and the beast in Zakk Wylde's personality. Wylde reveals his true diversity with the hypnotic opening strains of Crazy or High to a poignant vocal-piano rendering of Procol Harem's 1967 hit A Whiter Shade of Pale. The album continually travels between moments of claustrophobic density Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow to the uplifting She Deserves A Free Ride. It also contains a song called Layne, a moving tribute to the late Alice In Chains front-man Layne Staley.
The new Black Label Society album "Hangover Music Vol. VI" will be released on April 20th, 2004. Expect the first single House Of Doom to hit airwaves sometime soon. The players that helped Wylde create this masterpiece are Craig Nunenmacher on drums (John Tempesta makes a guest appearance on track 14). Mike Inez, James Lomenzo, and J.D. all share bass duties.
Track-listing for the album is as follows: Crazy or High . Queen of Sorrow . Steppin' Stone . Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow . Takillya (Estyabon) . Won't Find It Here . She Deserves A Free Ride (Val's Song) . House of Doom . Damage is Done . Layne . Woman Don't Cry . No Other . Whiter Shade Of Pale (Procol Harum
cover) . Once More . Fear.