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1970 had been a year that defined Black Sabbath’s career. They’d released two hugely successful albums. This includes their debut album Black Sabbath, which was released in February 1970. 1,625 more words


Black Sabbath/Never Say Die(1978)

Well folks this brings to an end my Sabbath January Sabbath Posts! I hope you all enjoyed reading it much as I had blogging about these albums! 1,702 more words

Hard Rock

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler Apologizes To Bill Ward For Saying He Was Invited To Play The Band's Final Show

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler recently said that Bill Ward was invited to perform at the band’s final show, and that he refused to, but Ward disputed those claims. 28 more words


Bill Ward Responds to Black Sabbath Claims of Inviting Him to Their Last Concert

By Brian Ives 

Last week, we published our interview with Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath; when we asked if they’d be open to reuniting with founding (and estranged) drummer Bill Ward for the final gig on their farewell tour, Geezer Butler said,  “It’s been mentioned to him, but he doesn’t want to do it. 279 more words

The Route 103

Black Sabbath, Bill Ward Clash Over Final Gig

Black Sabbath and their former drummer Bill Ward have come to blows after reports surfaced over whether or not the drummer would play the bands final gig on their The End tour. 344 more words


Black Sabbath/Technical Ecstasy (1976)

Interesting turn of events at Camp Sabbath as when Technical Ecstasy is released the production has changed. Gone is the wicked warmness audio of the first 6 albums replaced on Techinical Ecstasy a more kind of  sterile studio sound. 800 more words

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Black Sabbath Say Bill Ward Turned Down An Offer To Perform At Their Final Show/Ward Says No Invitation Was Ever Offered

In a recent interview with Radio.com, Black Sabbath claimed that they extended an invitation to Bill Ward to perform at their final show. Ward has since disputed these claims. 355 more words