Black Stone Cherry Share “Again” Video From “Live From The Sky” Livestream Show

Black Stone Cherry have shared a new live video for their song “Again.” The footage is taken from the band’s “Live From The Sky” livestream event, which took place on October 30. The track is from the band’s latest album “The Human Condition.”

Black Stone Cherry Premiere “In Love With The Pain” Video

Black Stone Cherry have premiered a new video for their new song “In Love With The Pain.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Human Condition,” which will be released on October 30. The group commented:

“‘In Love With The Pain’ is one of the unexpected classics that we didn’t even know we needed! We wrote that song years ago with a couple friends of ours, Scott Lindsey and Stephen Styles, with the intention to pitch it to another artist. However, it kept making its way back into our minds while listening to old demos. So we decided to give it a chance and re-worked it to put our BSC stamp on it, and we are so happy we did! It’s now a favorite!”

Black Stone Cherry Announce “Live From The Sky” Livestream Event

Black Stone Cherry will be celebrating the release of their new album “The Human Condition” with a special “Live From The Sky” livestream event on October 30. The band will be playing two sets including one for European/UK fans at 8 PM GMT/9 PM CET and one for North American and South American fans at 5 PM PDT/8 PM EDT. Chris Robertson commented:

“While this may not be the show we all hoped for, this is where we are! We hope you find yourselves feeling right here with us as we wish we were all together. Here’s to what would have been a year’s worth in one show!! Let’s rock!”

Black Stone Cherry Premiere New Song “Ringin’ In My Head”

Black Stone Cherry have premiered a new song titled “Ringin’ In My Head.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Human Condition,” which will be released on October 30. The group commented:

“‘Ringin’ In My Head’ was a song we had originally started to write back in 2017, and for whatever reason, it didn’t make the album at the time, but we loved the riff and melody. Fast forward to 2020, we were in the studio recording ‘The Human Condition’ and we decided to revisit the song and rework it a bit. It’s eerie that it fits into the current state of the world so well right now. It’s almost like the song knew when it should have been recorded and released, and we find beauty in that.”

Black Stone Cherry Premiere “Again” Video, Reveal Details For New Album “The Human Condition”

Black Stone Cherry have premiered a new video for their new song “Again.” This track is from their new album “The Human Condition,” which will be released on October 30.

“The Human Condition” Track Listing:

01. “Ringin’ In My Head”
02. “Again”
03. “Push Down & Turn”
04. “When Angels Learn To Fly”
05. “Live This Way”
06. “In Love With The Pain”
07. “The Chain”
08. “Ride”
09. “If My Heart Had Wings”
10. “Don’t Bring Me Down”
11. “Some Stories”
12. “Devil In Your Eyes”
13. “Keep On Keepin’ On”

Drummer John Fred Young said the following about the record, which was completed right before the COVID-19 lockdown:

“There was a real urgency and fear of the unknown during those sessions — it was a scary time. Every song on this album tells a story of the experiences we all go through — our happiness, our struggles, and how we have to adapt.”

Guitarist Ben Wells continued:

“With this one, we cranked up the amps, the drums are in your face, and there are some really heavy riffs. After 19 years and seven albums, we wanted to prove that we still kick ass. This album feels like a rebirth.”

Bassist Jon Lawhon added:

“When I listen back to this record, I feel all these different emotions. We started when we were teens, and life has taken its course, especially now. Through it all, your heart and your perspectives change, but one thing that hasn’t changed is our connection as friends.”

Black Stone Cherry And Monster Truck Team Up For New Song “Love Become Law”

The Cherry Truck Band, aka Black Stone Cherry and Monster Truck, have released a new song titled “Love Become Law.” The idea for the collaboration came about after Monster Truck appeared on Black Stone Cherry’s “Cherry Chats.” They then wrote the single remotely during a series of livestreams.

Black Stone Cherry commented:

“The idea of The Cherry Truck Band can honestly be credited to the pandemic that our world is in. We saw tour after tour being cancelled and so many bands were turning to live streaming performances online. We put our heads together with our great friends in Monster Truck and decided to do something we hadn’t seen any other bands do to help pass the time while still entertaining fans. That idea was to write a song, LIVE to the world and divide it up into segments to show our fans the process of writing and creating. We had never done this with another full band before, let alone while we’re live streaming. It was incredibly exciting and fun and we are so proud of the song and more importantly, its meaning! This song is about uniting, being and living as one, and most importantly, loving each and every person that walks this planet. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did creating it for you!”

Monster Truck frontman Jon ‘Marv’ Harvey added:

“The Cherry Truck Band started with a bunch of friends getting together over long distances to create something memorable, meaningful and joyous. Over the five weekly episodes, our entire world basically turned upside down. The people were rising up. The people were tired of being oppressed. The people were tired of suffering for doing nothing wrong. The people were ready to force change. This is our anthem in solidarity to those fighting for basic rights. This is our voices saying, ‘we love you, we hear you, we respect and love you.’ Black lives matter. Without the impact of black culture, there would be no modern music, period. Respect, protect and celebrate diversity. Our world depends on it.”

All proceeds from song will be divided between The Boys And Girls Club Of America and Black Lives Matter.

Black Stone Cherry Finished Their New Album Right Before The Stay-At-Home Order Went Into Effect

It looks like Black Stone Cherry are finished with their new album. Chris Robertson confirmed the news on the latest episode of “Cherry Chat,” which also featured special guests Shinedown.

Robertson said the following:

“We were literally finishing [the] record right when all the stay-at-home stuff came down [due to the coronavirus pandemic]. We were scheduled to go back in on a Monday, ’cause we were taking weekends off. We worked through the weekend and finished everything up, because come Monday, you couldn’t do shit anymore, man. We got really lucky that it came down that close. But now we’re sitting here with a record, finishing to get it mixed, and you can’t go tour, you can’t do shit.”

“Our monitor engineer, Jordan [Westfall], came down and engineered the whole record, and we decided to have him mix the thing, man. He took the record home with him to his studio to mix and fucking killed it, man. We uploaded it for master today, so the wheels are still moving. But it’s just like we all know — everything’s kind of been put on an indefinite hold for a little while for everybody.”

He also added:

“The last record we did, ‘Family Tree’, it was way more ‘jam band’-y and kind of classic rock-oriented, to where the new record is nothing like that. The new record, it’s funny — when Jordan was mixing it, we were, like, ‘Hey, man, when you reference it, make sure you reference your all’s last record” — referring to SHINEDOWN’s “Attention Attention” — “and a bunch of other records, man, because the last couple of records we’ve done haven’t been necessarily in the same kind of genre, per se, as what you guys do. We haven’t been in that heavy rock category on the last couple of releases we’ve done; we’ve done more of a blues-oriented thing. And it’s been a lot of fun, man. But with the new record, we decided to kick the shit back up a notch again. And it’s awesome, man. We’re excited for people to hear it.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Black Stone Cherry And Monster Truck Announce “The Cherry Truck Band” Series

Black Stone Cherry and Monster Truck are teaming up for a new series, which they are calling “The Cherry Truck Band.” The series will launch tomorrow (May 13) and it will find the bands collaborating on new music.

Black Stone Cherry commented:

“Black Stone Cherry and Monster Truck have come together to launch a brand new web series, The Cherry Truck Band, starting, Wednesday 13th May at 3 pm Central Time (9 pm BST/10 pm CET), right here on our Facebook page!

Fans will get the chance to see, live, first-hand, upfront and personal the two collaborate on writing a song together. Getting a unique insight into how the creative process works, fly on the wall style.

The idea emerged from Black Stone Cherry’s, ‘Cherry Chat’ episode with Monster Truck’s Jon ‘Marv’ Harvey just over a week ago. The idea blossomed from their conversation together with our Kentucky brothers saying; “We’re so happy to be hanging out with our fellow riff lovers in Monster Truck again- even if it has to be virtually for now! Writing a song with another band while live-streaming the entire process to the world is something neither group has ever done- so we are excited to see what happens and where it will go! It’s time to unleash the Cherry Truck Band!”

Talking about it Harvey of Monster Truck said; “We couldn’t be more excited for BSC to pop our collaboration Cherry! Haha! Can’t wait to write some serious rock n roll and come out the other side with a banger. People will be singing this tune for the rest of their lives.”

The web series will be on both bands Facebook pages every Wednesday at 3 pm Central Time (9 pm BST/10 pm CET) for fans to view.”

Watch Black Stone Cherry Frontman Chris Robertson Cover Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “All I Can Do Is Write About It”

Black Stone Cherry’s Chris Robertson has shared footage of himself covering Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “All I Can Do Is Write About It.” You can check that out below. In other news, Black Stone Cherry have also launched two charity shirts including one for COVID-19 relief efforts and one for their road crew.

Alter Bridge Postpone Spring Tour With Black Stone Cherry & Saint Asonia

Alter Bridge have postponed their spring tour with Black Stone Cherry and Saint Asonia due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shows will be rescheduled at a later date.

Alter Bridge commented:

“We hoped that it wouldn’t come to this, but as some of you have already heard unfortunately, due to recent changes around the globe created by the recent Covid-19 situation, the May headline tour of the United States with Black Stone Cherry and Saint Asonia will be postponed.

The health and safety of everyone attached to these shows (fans, artists, crew members, venue staff, etc) is our main priority. More information regarding rescheduled dates will be available in the future.

We look forward to the time when we can all come together and celebrate music as the community and family we are. Until then, Stay Home, Stay Healthy and Stay Safe…”