Black Sabbath

Black Sabbath's Debut Album 50 Years Later, the Core of Heavy Metal

50 years ago on February 13, 1970 Black Sabbath dropped their self-titled and game-changing debut album. Many in the world consider this project to be the first Heavy Metal album and the birth of the genre. The band consisting of guitarist Tony Iommi , drummer Bill Ward , bassist Geezer Butler and...
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Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi Shows Support For Metallica's James Hetfield

Tony Iommi has J ames Hetfield ’s back. The legendary Black Sabbath guitarist is showing support for the Metallica frontman as he enters rehab. “My best out to James Hetfield,” Iommi posted on Facebook. “You’ve done the right thing seeking help - I’m thinking of you my friend and wishing you all...
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Geezer Butler and Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath

Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi Attend Black Sabbath Bridge Dedication

See the ceremony in the metal legends' hometown
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Bill Ward and Ozzy Osbourne at a press conference in 2011

Ozzy Osbourne Wants "One Last Gig" With Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward

The "bittersweet" ending to Black Sabbath
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Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo of Metallica perform at the Fox Theater in 2016

Watch Metallica Cover "Sweet Home Alabama"

The band also paid tribute to Black Sabbath in Birmingham
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Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath performs at the United Center in Chicago in January 2016

Black Sabbath to be Honored at 2019 GRAMMY Awards

The Recording Academy has announced that Black Sabbath will be the recipients of the Academy's most prestigious recognition- The Lifetime Achievement Award!
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Ozzy Osbourne x Mac Sabbath

That Time Ozzy Osbourne Met The Fast Food Tribute Band Mac Sabbath

The Prince Of Darkness gets a surprising tribute, straight out of Birming-hamburger
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Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath performs at the United Center

Black Sabbath to be Honored with Cross-Shaped Bridge in Hometown

Black Sabbath is being honored with a ton of recognitions from their hometown, highlighting their contributions to Birmingham and heavy metal as a whole.
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Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath performs at Ozzfest 2016

Ozzy Wasn’t Allowed to Have Fun on Black Sabbath Tour, Wants Solo Album with Zakk Wylde

Get the highlights from Ozzy's revealing 'Rolling Stone' interview.
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Ronnie James Dio performs on stage with Heaven and Hell during their Heaven and Hell 2007 tour

Ronnie James Dio Cancer Benefit Draws Big Names In Rock

The hard rock community lost one of its most powerful voices to cancer more than eight years ago, but Ronnie James Dio ’s impact will never be silenced. Steven Adler ( Guns N’ Roses ), Tom Morello ( Rage Against the Machine ), Brett Scallions ( Fuel ), Fred Coury ( Cinderella ) and Jeff Scott Soto...
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