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Black Sabbath: First Footage Released From Reunion Album Sessions (VIDEO)

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Video footage from the recording sessions to Black Sabbath‘s upcoming comeback album has just been released by the band.

13 is being primarily tracked in Los Angeles by producer Rick Rubin (Slayer, Danzig) and will hit stores later in 2013 via the Vertigo label. The drum tracks on the album were handled by Rage Against the Machine‘s Brad Wilk.

This will be the first Black Sabbath studio album featuring original members Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler together since 1978′s Never Say Die! Drummer Bill Ward was originally on board for the album, but has since had a falling out with the metal legends.

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