After years of anticipation, battles with former drummer Bill Ward,Ozzy Osbourne‘s relapse, and guitarist Tony Iommi’s harrowing health scare, Black Sabbath finally released 13 a few months back
As Pete Seeger once said, “The right song at the right time can change history.” But what does history do when the right song comes at the wrong time?
In today’s news that we didn’t need to know, but are still morbidly intrigued by, Sharon Osbourne had admitted that she once slept with late night television guy, Jay Leno.
“You’re all special, man, I love you all!” — “I’ll give you a round of applause!” — “Good to see you f***ers, it really is!”
They’ve been number one in the minds of metal fans for decades, but Black Sabbath have just topped the Billboard 200 album chart for the first time.
It’s a good thing that the ’90s are totally, like, back
What has Black Sabbath done for you lately? They don’t have to do anything: anytime you hear a loud, scary metal band playing at skull crushing volume, that’s Sabbath’s influence.
It’s less than three weeks until the date that metal fans have been waiting years for: on June 11, Black Sabbath releases 13, their first studio album with frontman Ozzy Osbourne in over three decades.
The release of Black Sabbath‘s long-awaited 13 album is still a month away, but tonight you’ll be able to hear one of their new songs on CSI:Crime Scene Investigation on CBS. As previously reported, Black Sabbath will appear […]
Shows like Crime Scene Investigation or CSIalready make us feel a little “paranoid.” So, violence-laden episodes aren’t completely realistic in the way the drama plays out, but the crimes? Totally possible. Totally awesome.