From Ozzy Osbourne’s Miracle Man to Generation Axe’s Highway Star and beyond, Wylde breaks down his finest moments
Doom Crew Inc. is the first-ever complete Black Label Society album to feature a second guitarist. Here, guitar duo Zakk Wylde and Dario Lorina escort you deep into the temple of doom...
“We were on the floor laughing playing the riff and saying funny things in between it, and then Ozzy came in and said, ‘What is that?’ Next thing you know, it won a Grammy!”
The Prince of Darkness speaks candidly about bandmates past and present – from Randy Rhoads to Zakk Wylde – and what he looks for in a guitarist, in this classic from the GW archives
Learn the thunderous riffs and scorching two-part solo of Set You Free, from Black Label Society's new album, Doom Crew Inc.
Hear the album's first single – Wylde's loving, tough-as-nails interpretation of Mountain's Blood Of The Sun – now
Zakk Wylde and Dario Lorina deliver the six-string goods with no shortage of dirty downtempo guitar riffs and soaring-yet-rapid-fire leads
It turns out Wylde's own involvement on the album – which also features Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Tony Iommi – will be far more than a mere guest spot
“When it comes to musical excellence, there is no-one more deserving of the highest echelon of recognition and praise,” Morello said via video message
The as-yet-untitled effort is set to assemble some of the guitar world's most legendary players – a prospect the longtime Osbourne collaborator is relishing
“If those guys run short of money, here's a clever way they can play together again live,” the Black Label Society leader jests
The legendary axe-slinger took a deep dive into his admiration for everyone’s favorite five-note scale, and offered a word of advice to up-and-coming guitar players
Wylde did emphasize, however, that there were no hard feelings: "I always support the boss. My relationship with him's bigger than the music"
Ahead of the release of career-spanning Black Label Society box set, None More Black, the Wylde one discusses how he crafted his tone and technique, and reminisces on his early recordings with Ozzy Osbourne
The performance, which took place at photographer Mark Weiss’s nuptials, also features Quiet Riot vocalist Kevin DuBrow
The virtual performance was part of the At Home and Social with Nuno Bettencourt & Friends AXS TV special