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Tony Iommi’s Red Custom Shop Iommi SG Stolen
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi said via his website that his red custom shop Iommi SG guitar was stolen at last month's High Voltage Festival, which was held in London. What's even more tragic about this news is that the axe was lifted during the Heaven & Hell tribute show for …
Original Black Sabbath to Reunite Again?
As Ozzy Osbourne has intoned so many times onstage, "Crazy, but that's how it goes." There is growing evidence that the original Black Sabbath -- Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler and drummer Bill Ward -- are going to reunite for an album and tour...
Black Sabbath Bassist Geezer Butler Gets ‘Paranoid’
Over the years, Eagle Rock Entertainment has released informative DVDs about the making of classic albums by Iron Maiden, Sex Pistols, Motörhead, Def Leppard and Nirvana. But the company's latest 'Classic Album' release, 'Black Sabbath Paranoid' might be its most insightful offering for headbangers,…
Ozzy Rocks Intimate Show at Sunset Strip’s House of Blues
Ozzy Osbourne is a guy who likes to do everything larger than life -- even if that means sometimes scaling down. To wit, Ozzy could rock L.A.'s Staples Center or Forum, but you can see his Ozzness in an arena any time. However, seeing one of metal's biggest icons in a small, packed club do…
Remaining Members of Heaven & Hell to Play Dio Tribute
Before Ronnie James Dio succumbed to his battle with cancer over a month ago, Heaven & Hell planned to tour. The remaining members -- Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, along with Vinny Appice -- will honor one of their commitments and play a one-off show on July 24 at the Hi…
Dio Public Memorial Features Reverential Performances
Friends and fans concerned about right-wing religious zealots from the Westboro Baptist Church protesting Ronnie James Dio's public memorial service needn't have worried. While a handful picketers showed up, their voices were drowned out by thousands who came to show their love and appreciation for …

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