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For Black Label Society's sophomore effort, 2000s Stronger Than Death, Zakk Wylde and company actually, only one other full member at the time, drummer Phil Ondich offered another slab of guitar-heavy, headbanging metal. With many rock bands expanding their approach -- for better or for worse -- on subsequent albums, Stronger Than Death shed the few remaining Southern rock elements that were heard on Sonic Brew undoubtedly left over from Wylde's Pride & Glory days. The riffs are meaty and the solos are furious, as heard on such tracks as the album-opening "All for You," "Counterfeit God" which is a song about a subject that seemingly every single metal band has penned a ...
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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
For Black Label Society's sophomore effort, 2000s Stronger Than Death, Zakk Wylde and company actually, only one other full member at the time, drummer Phil Ondich offered another slab of guitar-heavy, headbanging metal. With many rock bands expanding their approach -- for better or for worse -- on subsequent albums, Stronger Than Death shed the few remaining Southern rock elements that were heard on Sonic Brew undoubtedly left over from Wylde's Pride & Glory days. The riffs are meaty and the solos are furious, as heard on such tracks as the album-opening "All for You," "Counterfeit God" which is a song about a subject that seemingly every single metal band has penned a song about -- televangelists, and the title track, the latter of which includes a vocal cameo from New York Mets slugger Mike Piazza. Stronger Than Death provided a firm confirmation that Black Label Society would be sticking closely to the guitar-heavy game plan from here on out.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/18/2000
  • Label: Spitfire
  • UPC: 670211504620
  • Catalog Number: 15046

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Black Label Society Primary Artist, Track Performer
Technical Credits
Lee DeCarlo Engineer
Zakk Wylde Composer, Producer, Mastering
Philth Illustrations
Sven Isaakson Tray Photo
Black Label Society Art Conception
John Buttino Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    I bought this album for only one song, and now I like 2...hahaha. But Counterfeit God has the be the heaviest song EVER recorded!! I also like Rust, but Counterfeit God is my favorite.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wylde is the preeminent guitarist alive.

    When most people picture Ozzy Osbourne, they think that it doesn't get much heavier than him, at least not without becoming unlistenable garbage. This comes close, and the lead singer takes some time getting used to, BUT this album still is quite enjoyable because Zakk Wylde tore it up on the guitar. The riffs are fast and furious. In the current world of music which is devoid of listenable hard rock and heavy metal this is a pleasant surprise. This is like Dope, but musically talented.

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