BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, SEVENDUST, CANDLEBOX Members To Record Song For Victims Of Hurricane Sandy

Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE), Morgan Rose (SEVENDUST, CALL ME NO ONE), Kevin Martin (CANDLEBOX, THE GRACIOUS FEW), John "JD" DeServio (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, CYCLE OF PAN) and THE INFINITE STAIRCASE will team up to write and record a song in an effort to help raise money for the victims of Hurricane Sandy

Architekt Music, the state-of-the-art recording facility where SEVENDUST recently tracked their upcoming album, "Black Out The Sun", and THE INFINITE STAIRCASE continue to record their new CD, located in Butler, New Jersey, has, along with recording engineer Mike Ferretti, graciously agreed to donate their services to help make this project come to fruition.

The song will be released, as an iTunes exclusive, on January 8, 2013 via Vanity Music Group.

Each musician involved in this project has very close ties to the New York and Jersey area, having either grown up there, having very close friends and family who currently live there, or in the cases of DeServio and Lenny and Jeff Cerzosie of THE INFINITE STAIRCASE, still residing in the storm-damaged areas.

This storm has touched the lives of so many… Everyone's hearts are in the right place.

Heading into the studio this week, expect more details on this project and its release to be announced shortly.


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