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Ozzy Osbourne-Era Black Sabbath Box Set Due Out in November
It doesn't matter who your favorite Black Sabbath singer is. It's Ozzy Osbourne who is the most well-known, so it makes sense that a Black Sabbath box set of the Ozzy era will be released on Nov. 15. 'The Ozzy Years -- Complete Albums Box Set' collects all nine of the Ozzy-era Sa…
Tony Iommi and Nicko McBrain, ‘Out of My Mind’ — New Song
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain are teaming up with Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan and keyboardist Jon Lord to record a brand new song to help raise money to rebuild an Armenian music school.
The genesis of the song lies in the time Iommi and Gillan were part …
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The combination of Halloween and heavy metal is a beautiful marriage made in hell and when it comes down to it, a complete no-brainer. Since the early 1900s, an entire cottage industry has risen around the Oct. 31 holiday. Whether it's books, feature films or the multi-million dollar costume in…
Geezer Butler Optimistic for Black Sabbath Reunion
Geezer Butler keeps talking about how a Black Sabbath reunion is not out of the question. The bassist told our friends over at Hellbound.ca that he "wouldn't say no" to a reunion, adding, "You know it would be nice to finish the whole thing off with one last tour...
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,…

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