Learn Black Label Society and Speed X songs from guitarist Nick Catanese.
Learn this Black Label Society classic from band member Nick Catanese. This song was released on The Blessed Hellride in 2003 and features a grooving chunky main riff nicknamed "the bison riff"....Length: 14:17 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
Nick Catanese teaches you how to play the radio hit "Stillborn" off Black Label Society's 4th record The Blessed Hellride.Length: 7:00 Difficulty: 2.0 Members Only
Learn this killer track from Black Label Society. Nick shows you how to play all of the rhythm parts to this song as well as the part of the solo that he doubles with Zakk Wylde.Length: 22:03 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
Learn this monstrous metal tune from Black Label Society's Mafia album.Length: 11:26 Difficulty: 3.5 Members Only
Learn "Speed" from Nick Catanese's band Speed X. This song features a main riff modeled after a revving engine and a blistering solo from "The Evil Twin" himself.Length: 14:22 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
Learn how to play this killer metal tune from Nick Catanese's side project Speed X.Length: 14:26 Difficulty: 2.5 Members Only
About Nick Catanese
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Nick "Evil Twin" Catanese is the rhythm/lead guitarist in Zakk Wylde's "Black Label Society". He is known for his unique ability to double Wylde's ripping solos live and in the studio.
As a member of "BLS", Nick has had the privilege to share the stage with some of the industries greatest players and legends such as: Ozzy Osbourne, Slipknot, Disturbed, Marylin Manson, Drowning Pool, and Black Sabbath.
Nick appeared in the 2000 film "Rock Star" as Xander Cummings, the guitarist in Mark Wahlberg's band.
Currently, Nick is touring the world with BLS as well as his own band, Speed X.
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