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Black Sabbath: Could this be the End of the Road?

Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler hints current tour may be the band‘s last

 

Speaking to the Chicago Sun-Times, the bassist strongly indicated that the current Black Sabbath tour could well be the band’s last.

 

“I’ve always said as long as I can play, as long as I can do it to a good level, then I’ll keep doing it, because… Read More

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Video: Black Sabbath’s “God Is Dead?”

Ozzy and the gang debut video for first single off 13

 

By Alex Baker

 

They’re baaaack! This week Black Sabbath will release 13, their first new studio album with Ozzy Osborne in 35 years. To whet your appetite, the Sabs have dropped the video for the album’s first single “God Is Dead?”

 

The band recorded 13 with Read More

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Video: Black Sabbath Chase “The Sabbath Sound” in Studio

Black Sabbath and producer Rick Rubin talk about recreating the band‘s original sound for their upcoming album “13″

 

By Alex Baker

 

In this video released on their YouTube channel, Black Sabbath and producer Rick Rubin talk about some of the studio techniques they used to recreate the band’s early sound for their upcoming release 13.

 

The album will be the band’s first since their 1995 release Forbidden, and features founding Sabbath members… Read More

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Black Sabbath Announce North American Summer Tour

Ozzy and co. to kickoff 20 city jaunt across U.S. and Canada in July

 

By Alex Baker

 

Black Sabbath have announced a full North American tour for this summer that will kickoff on July 25 at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston, TX.

 

The Sabs have mostly reunited their original lineup which in addition to frontman Ozzy Osborne, also includes guitarist Tony Iommi and… Read More

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Black Sabbath Reunion Tour Downgraded to Lollapalooza Appearance

Black Sabbath, the heaviest and darkest of heavy metal’s forefathers, excited fans around the world late last year, when they announced they’d be reuniting for a full-scale reunion tour. The Birmingham band, whose original lineup consisted of Ozzy Osborne, Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi and Bill Ward, also announced plans to put out their first album since 1978’s Never Say Die.

 

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