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Massive Metal Monday: “Trashed” By Black Sabbath

Born Again is Black Sabbath‘s highly underrated album from 1983. Having suffered the loss of their second singer and drummer in five years when Ronnie James Dio and Vinnie Appice left to form Dio, many folks had written Black Sabbath off…

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Heavy Metal

Music - Movie Review: God Bless Ozzy Osbourne (2011)

Ozzy Osbourne is one of the most significant artists ever…not just in heavy metal & rock but in all of music. The man has been the vocalist of Black Sabbath for many years making them one of the most successful bands in the world. 468 more words

The Disc

Black Sabbath Born Again Documentary

The “Born Again”album is by many Sabbath fans considered as the black sheep of all Black Sabbath albums.  Surprise maybe but i love the album. Ian Gillan commented on the cover with the words: “I vomited when i first saw it” and Bill Ward said that he hated the cover.

From The Vault

75 Essential Albums - Day #27 Black Sabbath

Here goes with day 27 of my countdown of 75 Albums that in my opinion should have a place in everyones music collection.  They are not in any particular order though the top 10 will be my personal take on the top 10 albums ever released.   491 more words


Four String Thunder: Bass of Doom

Much like Stonehenge, Black Sabbath’s first six albums are heavy, monolithic, came out of nowhere, are getting pretty old now, yet remain awesome. Yet in my extensive archaeological studies Black Sabbath wig–out sessions, I have found the two most antiquarian entities to be the most impressive; by which I mean, Sabbath’s first two albums,  541 more words

Black Sabbath may yet tour with its original lineup, hints Ozzy Osbourne

For all those diehard Black Sabbath fans who saw the band in concert last year and went, “Man, that was wicked, but how cool would it have been with Bill Ward!”, there is still hope. 280 more words

Rock Legends

Ozzy still hopes Bill Ward will be part of the upcoming farewell reunion...

Black Sabbath is not quite finished with their career yet. They have one last album and one last tour in the works; however, the band still wants Bill Ward to be a part of it. 128 more words