It’s the moment many U.S. fans have been anxiously awaiting since Black Sabbath announced their reunion plans with Ozzy Osbourne on vocals, and the group’s Lollapalooza performance was definitely a triumph.
For two months it seemed perfect. Black Sabbath would reunite, record new music and tour the world. Then Tony Iommi got cancer, and Bill Ward began to protest his contract. With Iommi on the road to recovery, Ozzy Osbourne says he’s hopeful Ward will rethink his strike.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, together with Laney Amplifiers recently unveiled a new Iommi signature amplifier, the TI100. They have also released a two-minute overview of the TI100, which can be seen below.
You can’t judge a book by its cover, an old saying goes. The same is true for albums. The FW has recently created a list of the 50 Worst Album Covers, and we here at Ultimate Classic Rock were shocked to discover three of our favorite artists had made the final cut.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed he was “extremely nervous” before the band’s first concert since his recent lymphoma battle, explaining he wasn’t sure he’d have the endurance to make it through an entire set.
Black Sabbath didn’t say much in response to original drummer Bill Ward’s decision not to accept the financial terms offered to him for a reunion tour and album. However, the fact that they’ve removed him from seemingly all of the vintage images on their new website seems to make a pretty clear statement.
Black Sabbath have released a brief statement in response to Bill Ward’s lengthy statement from earlier in the week. In his lengthy screed, the band’s original drummer declaring that his “final effort” to reach an agreement that would enable him to join the band’s upcoming reunion shows had failed.
A 14-song collection of Black Sabbath‘s biggest hits will be released in the U.K. on June 4. According to multiple media sources, ‘Iron Man: The Best of Black Sabbath’ will include cuts from the metal band’s first eight albums.
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