«Etiqueta negra» is about love and about masks. It tells the story of Erik, a night-shift employee at a lonely gas station, and one of its clients, Alex. Tonight, something happens that will give them the opportunity to discover who they really are.
BLACK LABEL PRO WRESTLING PRESENTS: SLAMILTON -FEATURING- Black Label Pro Championship: "Filthy" Tom Lawlor (c) vs Nick Gage Quebecer Pierre vs Chris Dickinson Allie Kat vs Shazza McKenzie General Order 24 vs Scott's Tots Kobe Durst vs Ethan Page Facebrooke vs Christi Jaynes Mark Wheeler vs PB Smooth vs Tre Lamar vs Sage Philips vs Pat Monix vs Jaxon Stone Mance Warner & AJ Gray vs #NoNewFriends Kody Rice vs Shane Sabre Simon Grimm vs Fred Yehi
A road trip through medicalized America, examining the pervasiveness of pharmaceutical drugs through the lives of eight very unique characters.
Tom Lawlor defends his championship and the Black Label Pro Rumble Match takes place
Thriller/Suspense about a small family on their 10th anniversary. The husband, Joel Yates, has a newly discovered heart condition along to go with his drinking problem. Joel ignores the heart medication warning label along with a social media comment to re-post a young girls kidnapping/murder. Joel has a night of figments and nightmares due to ignoring the "Warning Label" that he will never forget.
Two workers for the Center For Disease Control meet for drinks, only to discover that love is the most hazardous thing of all.
When an overenthusiastic Maya accidentally embarrasses the Empress of Buzztropolis, she is forced to unite with a team of misfit bugs and compete in the Honey Games for a chance to save her hive.
Main Event - Black Label Pro Crowns their 1st Champion
Freshly hatched bee Maya is a little whirlwind and won't follow the rules of the hive. One of these rules is not to trust the hornets that live beyond the meadow. When the Royal Jelly is stolen, the hornets are suspected and Maya is thought to be their accomplice. No one believes that she is the innocent victim and no one will stand by her except for her good-natured and best friend Willy. After a long and eventful journey to the hornets hive Maya and Willy soon discover the true culprit and the two friends finally bond with the other residents of the opulent meadow.
Unblackened finds Black Label Society in a mellower mood in a performance filmed at Club Nokia in Los Angeles earlier this year. The concert showcases the band's songs with a greater use of acoustic instruments but without losing any of their power and intensity. Zakk Wylde leads from the front as always, performing here on both guitar and piano and demonstrating the subtler side of his music alongside the blistering solos that his fans know and love. This is definitely a live concert not to be missed!
This DVD contains footage from guitar virtuoso Zakk Wylde's band, Black Label Society, on their 2005 Tour of Europe. Featuring concerts at the Elysee Montmartre in Paris, and the Astoria in London, as well as candid behind the scenes footage.
Our morning ritual speaks of our love affair with cotton: we throw off crisp cotton sheets, shower and dry ourselves with thick cotton towels, sweep fluffy cotton balls over our face, then slip on cotton panties, socks, t-shirts, jeans and jackets. With cotton so much in demand, we ask growers and seed developer Monsanto if the trade is fair, in a film that beats to the ancient rhythms of cotton production.
Live! One Night Only is a live album by Patti LaBelle, released in September 1998 through the record label MCA. The album earned LaBelle the Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance.
Chronicling two decades of the heavy metal band's history, this Black Label Society retrospective features concert footage, music videos, a "slightly amped" acoustic performance from guitarist Zakk Wylde and an interview with the chatty front man. Tracks include "Stillborn," "Suicide Messiah," "The Blessed Hellride," "We Live No More," "Bleed for Me," "All for You," "Spoke in the Wheel" and "13 Years of Grief."
Live Acoustic performance recorded at Westwires Recording USA in Allentown, PA on Feb 13th 2004 for WZZO Radio.
Recorded live at Harpo’s in Detroit, MI (Sept. 14th, 2002) in front of a sold out crowd of brew swilling maniacs, Boozed, Broozed & Broken-Boned sees BLS storm through a set of hard-hitting material from their previous three studio albums (Sonic Brew, Stronger Than Death, and 1919*Eternal) with Zakk unleashing his incomparable Les Paul magic. Also, in what is reportedly a first, the band, crowd and crew managed to empty the club of its last drop of beer!
FOR DECADES HIP-HOP HAS BEEN CONTROLLED BY THE RECORD COMPANIES. THEY INVEST MILLIONS AND PROFIT BILLIONS FROM GLOBAL CASSETTE, CD, AND NOW RINGTONE SALES. MUSIC MOGULS AFFORD A LIFESTYLE COMPARABLE TO WHAT WE SEE ON MTV CRIBS. EVENTUALLY HIP-HOP ARTISTS WOULD ADAPT THE RECORD COMPANY FORMULA, AND START TO STRATEGICALLY PROMOTE AND MARKET THEIR OWN MUSIC. THIS HAS CREATED A CONFLICT INSIDE THE INDUSTRY. THE RECORD COMPANIES, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (RIAA), HAVE DECLARED WAR. OFFICES HAVE BEEN RAIDED, MOM AND POP STORES HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND MANY HAVE BEEN ARRESTED. HIP-HOP ARTISTS, DJS, AND PRODUCERS HAVE DECIDED THAT THE ONLY WAY TO SURVIVE IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS IS TO "KILL THE RECORD LABELS".
Lewis Carroll's 'Alice' stories are used to explain certain sections of the Labelling of Food Regulations 1970.