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TYPE O NEGATIVE Has Their Own CBD Oil Now

Obviously named Blackberry No. 1.

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Type O Negative is really moving their legacy forward this year. The band recently reissued Dead Again (including bringing the album back to streaming services), and now they've teamed up with Whole Organix for a new line of CBD oils. The first oil is named Blackberry No. 1 after the classic 1993 track "Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)" and is available here.

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"Be one of the first 1,000 people to experience the power of this unique full spectrum CBD Tincture," reads the product description for Blackberry No. 1. "This tincture delivers the effects sought after from a premium CBD. It's unique with a rich blood-red color, blackberry taste, and 100 milligrams of CBD per serving. Use it or save it as a rare collectible. It's a Type O Negative fan must-have.

"The accompanying numbered Certificate of Authenticity card and band branded packaging is only available when you order as one of the first 1000 during this limited Vol. 1 offering."

Type O Negative guitarist Kenny Hickey also discussed the band's lasting legacy in a recent interview with Knotfest, saying "I like to think that part of it is like this sort of sub-underground, legendary kind of rock band. Then the other thing is, I think that we never really sold out. We never got to a point where we wanted to sell out and become commercial. Or we never could anyway, so the band always stuck to its guns.

"As weird and as odd as the band was, I think that we really followed our instincts and the art the way it wanted to go. And I think that's shown through now. I think it paid off in the end. It's the long, hard way to achieve any kind of permanence. But I think it's working."

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