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Black Sabbath, New Album & Tour: Rockers Announce 2013 Plans

Charles Epting

They’re back!

Black Sabbath confirmed today (Jan. 13) that they’re reuniting with a new album and are embarking on tour this year.

The album is, 13, will hit stores in June.

Their tour will kick off in Auckland, New Zealand on April 20. According to a press release, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler recorded the album in LA with Rage Against the Machine’s drummer Brad Wilk.

This will be the group’s first album since 1978’s Never Say Die!

Check out the list of tour dates below, and more dates will be added in the coming months.

Sat 4/20: Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena
Mon 4/22: Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena
Thu 4/25: Brisbane, Australia Entertainment Centre
Sat 4/27: Sydney, Australia All Phones Arena
Mon 4/29: Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena
Wed 5/1: Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena
Sat 5/4: Perth, Australia Perth Arena
Sun 5/12: Tokyo, Japan Ozzfest – Makuhari Mess

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