Black Label Society are digging a little deeper into their Grimmest Hits album with a brand new video for the standout cut "Trampled Down Below." The clip is a performance piece taken from the road.

The clip is set in the majestic Royal Albert Hall in London that looks more like a cathedral, which should make "Brother" Zakk Wylde feel right at home. The song opens with a dark and ominous intro of droned out guitar and strings, highlighting the beauty of the empty venue prior to the performance, with the band taking the stage to a roaring crowd as the curtain drops and the music kicks in.

Grimmest Hits debuted at No. 29 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart back in January. The disc got off to a solid start off the heat generated by the lead single "Room of Nightmares" late last year, with "Trampled Down Below" now ready to take the spotlight.

Black Label Society will return to the road stateside in July and August, giving fans a chance to see the chops displayed in the video up close. Wylde will also moonlight on dates with both Ozzy Osbourne and Zakk Sabbath in the coming months. To see all of his scheduled shows, click here.

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