Zakk Wylde’s pre-Black Label Society band Pride & Glory reissuing debut album

Credit: Neil Zlowzower In 1994, fresh off his stint in Ozzy Osbourne's solo band, a young, beardless Zakk Wylde, released his first and only album with Pride and Glory, his first self-fronted band. Twenty-five years later, the self-titled record is getting the reissue treatment.

An expanded version of Pride and Glory will be released on CD and vinyl October 25. Along with the original album, the reissue features a number of bonus tracks, including an acoustic version of "Machine Gun Man" and covers of Black Sabbath's "The Wizard," Led Zeppelin's "In My Time of Dying'" and The Beatles' "Come Together."

After his time with Pride & Glory, Wylde released his debut solo album, Book of Shadows, in 1996. He then formed Black Label Society, which dropped their debut, Sonic Brew, in 1999.

Wylde's been in a retrospective mood as of late. In addition to the Pride and Glory reissue, he and Black Label Society re-recorded Sonic Brew in honor of its 20th anniversary, and played the album in full on a a U.S. tour.

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