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BLACK STONE CHERRY: 'Magic Mountain' Cover Artwork Unveiled

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Kentucky rockers BLACK STONE CHERRY will release their fourth album, "Magic Mountain", on May 6 (one day earlier internationally) via Roadrunner Records. The cover artwork for the CD can be seen below. The first single from "Magic Mountain", "Me And Mary Jane", hit radio waves last month to coincide with the band's sold-out series of intimate "fan-curated" U.K. shows. Commenting on the making of the Joe Barresi-produced "Magic Mountain", BLACK STONE CHERRY said: "Not since before our first album have we felt the freedom and confidence that we felt while writing and recording this album. "After touring the world behind three previous albums that we are extremely proud of, we feel this album best captures the live energy, honesty and vibe that encompasses our true musicianship." Renowned as electrifying live, BLACK STONE CHERRY will hit the road hard in support of "Magic Mountain", kicking off the album cycle in the U.K. with a series of intimate — and already sold out — live performances dubbed "The Southern Hospitality Tour". Set for late February/early March, the dates will see BLACK STONE CHERRY creating each evening's set list from a list of fan requests, guaranteeing every night's performance will be completely unique. The boys will also break the lengthy set to answer fans questions during an audience question-and-answer session, marking the shows out as a really special evening. BLACK STONE CHERRY's previous albums, 2008's "Folklore And Superstition" and 2011's "Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea", both topped the U.K. Rock Albums chart on their release and have since racked up silver sales certification status from the BPI (British Phonographic Industry). BLACK STONE CHERRY is: Chris Robertson - Vocals/Guitar Ben Wells - Guitar/Vocals Jon Lawhon - Bass/Vocals John Fred Young - Drums/Vocals blackstonecherrymagicmountaincover

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