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Black Stone Cherry Release ‘In The Studio’ Video Clip For New Album, Kentucky!

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Black Stone Cherry have released another ‘in the studio’ video clip in the lead up to the release of their hotly anticipated fifth studio album, Kentucky, due for release on 1st April via Mascot Label Group.

Named after the band’s home state, the new album is very much a ‘back to their roots’ affair, with the four-piece working with the same engineer in the same ‘local’ studio, Barrick Recording, where they crafted their eponymous and exceptional debut, eight years ago.

You can check out the clip here – https://youtu.be/WTt_hHqNXpI.

Frontman/guitarist, Chris Robertson had this to say; “We are beyond excited to bring Kentucky to you! Since the release of our debut we have wanted to go back to the studio where it all began and it finally happened! The original studio owner/engineer, all of the great equipment and Black Stone Cherry have been reunited for what I feel has been the most unique album we’ve ever made. We took it back to where it started and something magical happened. These new songs are the heart and soul of who we were in 2006 and who we’ve become. There is something very special about these songs and I cannot wait for y’all to feel them!”

You can pre-order your copy of Kentucky now at iTunes http://smarturl.it/BSC-iTunes and get new album tracks, “The Way of The Future”, “In Our Dreams” and “The Rambler” right away.

Pre-orders for physical CDs and special vinyl packages are available over at http://smarturl.it/BSC-Kentucky.

Black Stone Cherry return to the UK this summer to headline Sunday night at Ramblin’ Man Fair on 24th July at Mote Park, Maidstone in Kent. More info at www.ramblinmanfair.com/.

Source // www.blabbermouth.net

Source // www.blabbermouth.net

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