UTG PHOTOS: Black Label Society & Down (5/10/14)

Phil Anselmo & Zakk Wylde (D. SKANK PHOTOGRAPHY)

Under The Gun sent photographer, Derek Scancarelli, to Best Buy Theater in New York City to photograph The Revolver Golden Gods Tour on May 10, 2014.

Over 2,000 members of the BLS New York Chapter gathered Saturday night for a sold-out evening of metal music. The stacked lineup included Black Label Society, Down, Devil You Know and Butcher Babies.

It was satisfying seeing the proud display of heavy music in Times Square. Tourists passing by and looking at the sold-out marquee for the likes of Zakk Wylde and Phil Anselmo is just as satisfying to watch as seeing them stare in confusion at a flashing Carcass logo.

The night was particularly eventful considering that for the second time in one week, Phil Anselmo (frontman of Down and previously Pantera) joined Black Label Society on stage for a rendition of Pantera’s “I’m Broken.” If anyone can do Dimebag Darrell’s guitar parts justice, it is Mr. Wylde.

Check out below the jump to see photos from the show and the collaboration on stage.

 

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Photographed by: Derek Scancarelli
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Derek Scancarelli

Derek Scancarelli is a feature writer, interviewer, videographer, photographer, radio-er and more. In 2015, he received his MA in Journalism in New York City. In addition to Under The Gun Review, Derek has worked with Noisey (VICE), Alternative Press, New Noise Magazine and many more. He also pushes some buttons at SiriusXM.

Comedian Jim Norton once called him a serial killer on national radio. Enjoy the internet with him on Twitter.
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