(25 July 2013 – Los Angeles, CA) Hollywood based hard rockers Blacklist Union will have their latest album, ‘Til Death Do Us Part available in physical retail outlets on 30 August via a distribution deal with Vanity Music Group and iDC Distribution. Produced and mixed by Chris Johnson (Buckcherry, Evanescence, Goldfinger, etc) and recorded at Skip Saylor Recording and The Village in Los Angeles, CA. The album takes the listener on a dark, disturbing and exhilarating run through songs like “Alabama Slammer” (a tragic love story that started off beautifully only to have a bitter crash and burn at the end), “I Do” (a song about “waking up after having your head in your ass for years,” says frontman, Tony West) and the album’s title track (about loving and living your life to the fullest before we all “cross over”)
“This is a great opportunity for us,” says frontman, Tony West. “We released the album ourselves towards the end of last year but it was really just sold through our website and other online stores, as well as iTunes. Now, it gives us another reason to get back out on the road, which is what we love the most. It’s just great that album is available in physical stores now.”
Blacklist Union is looking to take to the road once again by early fall.