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Black Sabbath Retire - Birmingham Trumps DC As Official Home Of Evil

Heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath are to play their final live show tonight after a career spanning five decades.

American evangelists have long campaigned to have the group banned from the US, claiming its four members were created in hell by Beelzebub himself. 207 more words

Culture

Iron Man - Black Sabbath

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  • Lead vocals: Ozzy Osbourne
  • Written by Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne, Tommy Iommi and Bill Ward
  • Guitar: Tommy Iommi
  • Produced by Rodger Bain…
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Is the Black Sabbath vs. Bill Ward feud over? They've buried the hatchet and Bill back in the band for final tour?

Ever since this feud has been going on, Black Sabbath has been cropping Bill Ward out of their band photos and finally here is a Sabbath band photo with Bill not being cropped out this time. 78 more words

Music

Super Soap Week Review: Episode Three

Episode Three: Emma and James

With James already a prisoner in his new home at Wylies and well aware just how disturbed his ex and future wife had become, James’s suffering and attempted escape was a horror/thriller inspired installment in the week. 796 more words

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Preparing the Listeners for my spot on RRBC Tag Team 2* 4* 5 Blog Talk Radio!

G’DAY! … I am so excited to have been invited to take part in the upcoming edition of RRBC TAG TEAM 2* 4* 5. Airing on Saturday 22nd October at 12.00 Midday CT in the USA. 560 more words

Black Sabbath: Black Sabbath (1970)

It’s not quite the “first” heavy metal record; it was preceded by Deep Purple’s Shades of Deep Purple (1968), the first Led Zeppelin album (1969) and Alice Cooper’s Pretties For You (1969). 1,715 more words

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Black Sabbath Releasing Four-Disc Reissue of ‘Paranoid’

By Jeff Cornell

Black Sabbath will release a reissue of their classic 1970 album Paranoid this fall. The four-disc collection also features the rare 1974 Quadraphonic mix of the effort as well as two concerts from Montreux and Brussels. 280 more words

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