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Tuesday, August 16, 2011 - Black Sabbath Reunite With Ozzy Osbourne
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has confirmed to Birmingham Mail that the band's original lineup has reunited and is rehearsing for a tour and new studio album.

Iommi and singer Ozzy Osbourne wrote new material in June for a record that will be released next year.

"We're really looking forward to it and I think the stuff we've been writing is really good," said Iommi. "It's more back to the old original stuff."

He also said the the reunion has been kept quiet for a while:

"It's all been very hush-hush. Ozzy's been the worst at trying to hold it back. He's doing a lot of TV and he's being asked stuff about a reunion and he's going, 'Well, I never say never.' He told me, 'I don't know what to say."

Iommi told the Birmingham Mail that his only concern about a reunion of Black Sabbath original lineup was the health of drummer Bill Ward who in 1998 suffered a heart attack.

"He hasn't been 100 percent. He had an operation a few months ago, so we'll see how he is."
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Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - Black Sabbath Announce Seventh Star And Eternal Idol
According to a posting on the Black Sabbath fan site www.black-sabbath.com expanded reissues of the Sabbath albums "Seventh Star" (1986) and "Eternal Idol" (1987) albums, which featured Glenn Hughes (ex-Deep Purple) and Tony Martin on vocals respectively, will be made available in the U.K. on October 25 via Sanctuary/Universal.

The additional tracks on "The Eternal Idol" expanded reissue include "Some Kind Of Woman" and "Black Moon" (demo) on Disc 1. Disc 2 will comprise the entire Ray Gillen version of "The Eternal Idol" album (Gillen quit before the album was finished).

"The Eternal Idol" expanded reissue track listing is:

Disc 1:

01. The Shining
02. Ancient Warrior
03. Hard Life To Love
04. Glory Ride
05. Born To Lose
06. Nightmare
07. Scarlet Pimpernel
08. Lost Forever
09. Eternal Idol
10. Black Moon (demo)
11. Some Kind Of Woman

Disc 2 (featuring Ray Gillen on vocals):

01. Glory Ride
02. Born To Lose
03. Lost Forever
04. Eternal Idol
05. The Shining
06. Hard Life To Love
07. Nightmare
08. Ancient Warrior

The first disc of the "Seventh Star" expanded reissue will include the album as well as the remixed version of "No Stranger to Love", which appears in the music video of the same. Disc 2 is a live concert recorded on June 2, 1986 and has Ray Gillen on vocals.

"Seventh Star" expanded reissue track listing:

Disc 1:

01. In For The Kill
02. No Stranger To Love
03. Turn To Stone
04. Sphinx (The Guardian)
05. Seventh Star
06. Danger Zone
07. Heart Like A Wheel
08. Angry Heart
09. In Memory
10. No Stranger To Love
11. No Stranger To Love (remix by Jeff Glixman)

Disc 2 - Recorded Live On June 2, 1986 (featuring Ray Gillen on vocals):

01. Mob Rules
02. Danger Zone
03. War Pigs
04. Seventh Star
05. Die Young
06. Black Sabbath
07. N.I.B.
08. Neon Knights
09. Paranoid
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Thursday, March 11, 2010 - Black Sabbath Announce Deluxe Expanded Editions
 Deluxe Expanded Editions Of

"Heaven and Hell", "Mob Rules" and "Live Evil"
Release date: 5th April 2010
 
Black Sabbath, one of the most prominent and influential faces of the 70's Rock topography were, by the decade's end, a band in disarray. Once the masters of their own reality; the Birmingham four-piece were now battle weary veterans, wearing the deep scars of a near ten year album-tour-album cycle. Black Sabbath's latest album, Never Say Die!, released in September 1978, would transpire to be their final studio recording with Ozzy Osbourne, who in less than a year, would no longer be with the band.
 
The loss of the iconic voice might have signalled the end of the band. But, that wasn't to be the case.
 
Ronnie James Dio, Rainbow's founding lead vocalist whose lion's roar had taken the band to gold and platinum status also parted company with his band. Several phone calls later and a chance meeting in, of all places, the Rainbow Bar & Grill on Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, Iommi invited Dio to join the remaining members of Black Sabbath for an impromptu rehearsal. Within fifteen minutes and one brand new song later ('Children Of The Sea'), a new era of Black Sabbath was born.
 
The resultant album releases over the next few years proved without question, that this match was one without peer and succeeded without question in carrying the name of Black Sabbath (later with Vinnie Appice replacing Bill Ward on drums) proudly into the new decade. With an accompanying soundtrack featuring some of the most exciting and dramatic Heavy Metal to ever grace a studio or stage, Black Sabbath rose once more to a place of highest regard within elite Rock circles.
 
Such was the chemistry between these players, that two reformations of this Black Sabbath line-up have since been made, the second of which, occurring in 2007, went under the title of that first ground-breaking album, Heaven And Hell, and still survives at the dawn of yet another exciting new decade for Heavy Metal.
 
"Heaven And Hell" was the first album to be released by the new Black Sabbath lineup of Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, in 1980. It remains one of the most important and influential of Black Sabbath's releases and the deluxe expanded edition comes with a bonus disc of live material.
 
1981's "Mob Rules" featured largely the same lineup, although Vinnie Appice replaces Bill Ward on drums. The deluxe expanded edition, again, features a bonus disc of live material.
 
1982's "Live Evil" caught a band at the height of their powers. The classic lineup of Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Vinnie Appice giving a flawless performance.
 
The full track listing for all three deluxe editions is as follows.
 

HEAVEN AND HELL
 
DISC ONE:
Neon Knights
Children Of The Sea
Lady Evil
Heaven And Hell
Wishing Well
Die Young
Walk Away
Lonely Is The Word
 
DISC TWO:
Children Of The Sea (Live)
Heaven And Hell (Live)
Lady Evil (Mono Edit)
Neon Knights (Video - Live)
Die Young (Video - Live)
Neon Knights (Live, Hartford, CN, USA, '80)
Children Of The Sea (Live, Hartford, CN, USA '80)
Heaven And Hell (Live, Hartford, CN, USA '80)
Die Young (Live, Hartford, CN, USA '80)
 
MOB RULES
 
DISC ONE:
Turn Up The Night
Voodoo
The Sign Of The Southern Cross
E5150
The Mob Rules
Country Girl
Slipping Away
Falling Off The Edge Of The World
Over And Over
Bonus Tracks:
Die Young (Live - 12" version)
The Mob Rules (Alternative Version)
 
DISC TWO:
E5150 (Live)
Neon Knights (Live)
N.I.B. (Live)
Children Of The Sea (Live)
Country Girl (Live)
Black Sabbath (Live)
War Pigs (Live)
Slipping Away (Live)
Iron Man (Live)
The Mob Rules (Live)
Heaven And Hell (Live)
Paranoid (Live)
Voodoo (Live)
Children Of The Grave (Live)

 
LIVE EVIL

 
DISC ONE:
E5150
Neon Knights
N.I.B.
Children Of The Sea
Voodoo
Black Sabbath
War Pigs
Iron Man
 
DISC TWO:
The Mob Rules
Heaven And Hell
The Sign Of The Southern Cross / Heaven And Hell (continued)
Paranoid
Children Of The Grave
Fluff
 
* Original Dio crowd interaction and audience noise restored *
 
The Deluxe Expanded Editions of "Heaven and Hell", "Mob Rules" and "Live Evil" are released through Universal Music catalogue on the 5th April 2010. It will be available on deluxe cd.
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Friday, July 17, 2009 - Black Sabbath Re-issues
Deluxe Expanded Edition Of
"Black Sabbath"
Release date: 29th June 2009
 
Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne - four names that resonate throughout Rock's recorded history as clear and sublime as the haunting bell that tolls the opening to "Black Sabbath", the band's debut album from 1970.
 
Collectively, they formed Black Sabbath and forged the most haunting and hypnotic rock sound of all time. From humble beginnings, the Birmingham quartet enslaved the minds and souls of millions of rock fans around the world and continue to do so into the new millennium. The musical genre they created inspired countless musicians and spawned countless bands.
 
Now, for the first time-ever, the blueprint, or rather black-print, to Sabbath's musical plan can be scrutinised via a myriad of previously unreleased studio outtakes, recently unearthed and compiled as an additional bonus disc accompanying the band's debut album "Black Sabbath".
 
"Black Sabbath" is part of a series of Black Sabbath deluxe expanded editions. Each remastered album includes an additional disc of previously unheard outtakes, demos and instrumental tracks taken from the original studio sessions. "Black Sabbath" also includes deluxe digipak gatefold packaging with expanded booklets containing rare and previously unseen photographs, comprehensive sleeve-notes telling the story behind each album and include images of rare single covers and memorabilia from the period.
 
Welcome to vital additions to the legacy of one of the most important and influential bands of all time.
 
"Black Sabbath" 2 CD 
 
Disc 1 (Original Album):

1. Black Sabbath
2. The Wizard
3. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
4. N.I.B.
5. Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games)
6. Sleeping Village
7. Warning
  
Disc 2  (Tracks 2-9 previously unreleased):

1.    Wicked World (single b-side)
2.    Black Sabbath (studio outtake)
3.    Black Sabbath (instrumental)
4.    The Wizard (studio outtake)
5.    Beyond The Wall Of Sleep (studio outtake)
6.    N.I.B. (instrumental)
7.    Evil Woman (alternative version)
8.    Sleeping Village (Intro - studio outtake)
9.    The Warning (Part 1 - studio outtake)

 
Deluxe Expanded Edition Of
"Master Of Reality"
Release date: 29th June 2009
 
Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne - four names that resonate throughout Rock's recorded history as clear and sublime as the haunting bell that tolls the opening to the bands eponymous debut album from 1970.
 
Collectively, they formed Black Sabbath and forged the most haunting and hypnotic rock sound of all time. From humble beginnings, the Birmingham quartet enslaved the minds and souls of millions of rock fans around the world and continue to do so into the new millennium. The musical genre they created inspired countless musicians and spawned countless bands.
 
Now, for the first time-ever, the blueprint, or rather black-print, to Sabbath's musical plan can be scrutinised via a myriad of previously unreleased studio outtakes, recently unearthed and compiled as an additional bonus disc accompanying the band's 1971 third album "Master Of Reality". The album also includes a previously unreleased studio track - 'Weevil Woman'.
 
"Master Of Reality" is part of a series of Black Sabbath deluxe expanded editions. Each remastered album includes an additional disc of previously unheard outtakes, demos and instrumental tracks taken from the original studio sessions. "Master Of Reality" also includes deluxe digipak gatefold packaging with expanded booklets containing rare and previously unseen photographs, comprehensive sleeve-notes telling the story behind each album and include images of rare single covers and memorabilia from the period.
 
Welcome to vital additions to the legacy of one of the most important and influential bands of all time..

Disc 1 (Original Album):

1. Sweet Leaf
2. After Forever
3. Embryo
4. Children Of The Grave
5. Orchid
6. Lord Of This World
7. Solitude
8. Into The Void
  
Disc 2 (Previously Unreleased Bonus Tracks):

1.    Weevil Woman '71
2.    Sweet Leaf (studio outtake feat. alternative lyrics)
3.    After Forever (studio outtake - instrumental)
4.    Children Of The Grave (studio outtake feat. alternative lyrics)
5.    Children Of The Grave (studio outtake - instrumental)
6.    Orchid (studio outtake - Tony count-in)
7.    Lord Of This World (studio outtake feat. piano & slide guitar)
8.    Solitude (studio outtake - intro. with alternative guitar tuning)
9.    Spanish Sid (studio outtake - 'Into The Void' alternative version)
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Sunday, May 31, 2009 - Ozzy Osbourne sues Tony Iommi over Black Sabbath band name
The New York Post reports:

Rocker Ozzy Osbourne is going off the rails against one of his Black Sabbath bandmates.

The "Godfather of Heavy Metal" claims guitarist Tony Iommi illegally claimed sole ownership of the band's name, in a filing with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Osbourne is suing Iommi for a 50 percent interest in the "Black Sabbath" trademark, along with a portion of Iommi's profits from use of the name.

The Manhattan federal court suit also charges that Osbourne's "signature lead vocals" are largely responsible for the band's "extraordinary success," noting that its popularity plummeted during his absence from 1980 through 1996.

An official statement from Ozzy reads as follows:

"It is with great regret that I had to resort to legal action against my long term partner, Tony Iommi, but after three years of trying to resolve this issue amicably, I feel I have no other recourse. As of the mid-1990's, after constant and numerous changes in band members, the brand of 'Black Sabbath' was literally in the toilet and Tony Iommi (touring under the name Black Sabbath) was reduced to performing in clubs. Since 1997 when Geezer (Butler), Bill (Ward) and myself rejoined the band, Black Sabbath has returned to its former glory as we headlined sold-out arenas and amphitheatres playing to upwards of 50,000 people at each show around the world. We worked collectively to restore credibility and bring dignity back to the name 'Black Sabbath' which lead to the band being inducted into the UK and US Rock & Roll Hall of Fames in 2005 and 2006, respectively.

Throughout the last 12 years, it was my management representatives who oversaw the marketing and quality control of the 'Black Sabbath' brand through Ozzfest, touring, merchandising and album reissues. The name 'Black Sabbath' now has a worldwide prestige and merchandising value that it would not have had by continuing on the road it was on prior to the 1997 reunion tour.

Tony, I am so sorry it's had to get to this point by me having to take this action against you. I don't have the right to speak for Geezer and Bill, but I feel that morally and ethically the trademark should be owned by the four of us equally. I hope that by me taking this first step that it will ultimately end up that way. We've all worked too hard and long in our careers to allow you to sell merchandise that features all our faces, old Black Sabbath album covers and band logos, and then you tell us that you own the copyright. We're all in our 60's now. The Black Sabbath legacy should live on long after we have all gone. Please do the right thing."

Black Sabbath book author comments on the lawsuit:

Writer and musician Joel Gausten, author of the 2007 book The Sabbath Interviews, has issued the following statement regarding Ozzy Osbourne's newly launched trademark lawsuit against former Black Sabbath bandmateTony Iommi:

"So, the internet is exploding with talk of Ozzy's suit against Iommi. As a massive Black Sabbath fan who's had the honor of interviewing several past and present members over the years, I can't resist commenting on this.

For what it's worth:

Ozzy seeking 50% ownership of a band name he had nothing to do with for 16 years is asinine. As someone who loves the post-Ozzy stuff (like The Eternal Idol) as much, if not often more, than the first eight albums, I'd have to say that the TRUE spirit of Black Sabbath will always be with Iommi.

Also, let's not forget the stellar talent who performed in Sabbath in the post-Ozzy years - especially the great Bob Daisley, Eric Singer, Tony Martin and the late Cozy Powell. They were kicking ass and keeping the band going while Ozzy, Geezer and Bill were doing their own thing. These folks were and remain as vital to Sabbath's history than the original four.

And speaking of Bill... here's a guy who GIVES the money earned by the sale of his CDs to charity. Here's a guy who - despite the fact that he was partly responsible for creating Metal as we know it - never once forgot that, deep down, he's just a working class guy from Aston.

If you're a Sabbath fan who FELT every single word of 'Killing Yourself To Live', knew what 'What is this that stands before me?' REALLY meant and understood the human spirit behind 'War Pigs', then skip the nonsense spewing on the Internet and go straight to www.billward.com and get a copy of Bill's CD, Straws."

Some of the money from that CD goes to maintain the cleanliness of the Vietnam Memorial, among other good things.

Maybe Bill's friend should learn by example."

Go to this location for information on Gausten and his work.

More details on the suit are available here.
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Sunday, October 28, 2007 - New Heaven and Hell album in 2008
Press Release from Heaven and Hell:

There's been much speculation of a forthcoming Black Sabbath reunion with the original line-up with Ozzy Osbourne at the helm, but founding member Geezer Butler has adamantly denied such rumors.

"Heaven and Hell are currently in discussions with various record labels about recording a brand new studio album in 2008," says Butler.

Black Sabbath's recent incarnation as Heaven & Hell- fronted by Ronnie James Dio on lead vocals, sees the seminal heavy metal band undertaking a major UK arena tour this November. The band's moniker is taken after Black Sabbath's critically acclaimed 1980 studio album "Heaven and Hell" featuring the title track and the breakout hit "Neon Nights". Ronnie James Dio replaced Ozzy Osbourne in Black Sabbath in 1980 and the band went on to release four albums including 1980's "Heaven & Hell", 1981's "Mob Rules", and the 1982 live album "Live Evil", as well as the highly under rated "Dehumanizer" in June 1992.

Legendary heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio (Dio, Black Sabbath, Rainbow) shares the spotlight on lead vocals, original Black Sabbath members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, plus drummer Vinny Appice (Dio, Black Sabbath) as they embark on a major 11-date UK arena tour starting at Newcastle Metro Arena on Sunday 4th November.
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Tuesday, September 6, 2005 - Clive Jones (Black Widow/Agony Bag) to appear at Classic Rock Event in Copenhagen.
Black Sabbath Tribute is proud to announce the planned appearance of Cult Rock Legend Clive Jones (Black Widow / Agony Bag) at the Classic Rock Event in Pumpehuset, Copenhagen - Denmark on October the 8. 2005.

Jan Weincke, Guitarist in Black Sabbath Tribute says; Clive and Black Widow were part of the scene that became Heavy Rock as we know it today' says. 'Black Sabbath and Black Widow we're somehow connected in the early days, mainly due to their use of horror-themes and the similarity in their names. (A fact that Black Sabbath will confirm) Together they were part of something that's still alive and growing today, and that's the legacy we're celebrating with our Black Sabbath Tribute. Clive being a good friend and mentor, we're proud to have him on stage with us. We're cooking up something very special for that occasion!'

As stated earlier in our news section "Classic Rock Event" comprises three of Copenhagen's finest Hard-Rock-cover-bands - Zeppelin Experience, Black Sabbath Tribute and Deep Purple Jam.
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Saturday, February 15, 2003 - Black Sabbath DVD
A DVD version of the long-out-of-print Black Sabbath concert video, "A Decade of Black Sabbath: 1968-1978", will be issued under the title " Never Say Die - Live in 1978" on March 3. The recording reportedly features concert footage shot at the Hammersmith Odeon in London U.K. on the "Never Say Die" tour.
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Other information
Black Sabbath is one of the first, if not the first band to play heavy metal. Even though they are not in the same opinion. Tony Iommy says it is a form of Hard Rock. It is also a tough thing to describe because both labels fit the band. And then again there are elements from both genres in the music.

Black Sabbath is a band with a lot of different line-ups over the years. The original line up is Tony Iommy (guitar) Geezer Butler (bass) Bill Ward (drums) and Ozzy Osbourne (vocals). This line up has offered some of the best music from the band. Albums such as "Black Sabbath" and "Masters Of Reality" are great.

For more information visit their web page.


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RevelationZ Comments


Comment by max cavalera (Anonymous) - Tuesday, March 18, 2003
I HATE BLACK SABBATH


Comment by Latexxi (Anonymous) - Monday, April 28, 2003
First band to play heavy metal, hmm well... I think they just tried to copy Led Zeppelin(definitely hard rock), but these guys just played too slowly and with too much distortion, and got accidentally into something really exciting...


Comment by chris varga (Anonymous) - Monday, October 6, 2003
pass the food


Comment by metallicat (Anonymous) - Tuesday, November 11, 2003
Black Sabbath rock all known ass


Comment by mic aguinaldo (Anonymous) - Sunday, December 28, 2003
hey, what the fuck, i am way hell better than these guys. i am heavy metal. it speaks of my name. damn it. metal is my life... i can make rob trujlio cry when i play the bass, leave zakk wylde's eyes wide open in awe as i rip his motherfucking face with my damn guitar. it's an 8 stringer, damnit!!!


Comment by a (Anonymous) - Sunday, December 28, 2003
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Comment by Kieron L (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Black Sabbath Suck Ass. they are the worse band on this planet and deserve to be put to death.


Comment by K Lomax (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
My name has been hijacked by a person who considers ZZ Top rock and roll. Sabbath are one of the all time greats. Sweetleaf, mutha fuckers, Sweetleaf


Comment by Kieron L (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
i think you have had far too much of that leaf if you think they are good. Take a chill pill man


Comment by K Lomax (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
For gods sake, go smoke some Courvoisier.
Bitch. Goddamn. Iron Man, fucken, Iron Man


Comment by Kieron L (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Go back and play with yourself you cyber nerd probably the only strings you can play are your pubes dude.


Comment by Kieron Lomax (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Gibson SG Standard. Marshall JCM 800. I am 'Lord of this World'. You evil limp wristed Duran Duran whore.


Comment by Kieron L (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Ok calm down Cinderella. Julie Andrews I know is a relation of yours but Black Sabbath, White Stripes, the Vines ACDC and Rock In general SUCK bad


Comment by K Lomax (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
This interface is far too simple for Easy Listening Grandparent types to use. Please amend.


Comment by Kieron L (Anonymous) - Wednesday, December 31, 2003
ok enough joking around I have two different personalities and I cant take it any more one side of me loves Whitney, Duran Duran and the other side is Sabbath Etc What do I do someone please help me!!!!


Comment by Dhritiman Sarma (Anonymous) - Tuesday, March 9, 2004
BLACK SABBATH , THE BAND HAVING NO IDEA OF MUSIC.
I WONDER WHY PEOPLE LIKE 'EM.
THE WORST SONGS I HEARD FROM 'EM..
LIKE IRON MAN ( NOT EVEN A SONG )
SABATH BLOODY SABBATH ( A SLOW ROCK # ), CHILDREN OF THE GRAVE ( JUST A SHIT ).

IF U WANNA CONTACT ME

m4metal@yahoo.com



Comment by gfghfhjyy (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 20, 2004
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Comment by dudeman (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 20, 2004
dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!where is my mother


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Comment by ttttthe cooooooooooooooool DUDE (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 20, 2004
DUDE


Comment by Orio's Suck My Area (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
Yes


Comment by your daddy (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
black sabbaths rules all of the known if you disagree, suck it



Comment by jo mama (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
fuck you man!, Black Sabbath SUCKS and is in no way better than Led Zeppelin is way fucking better and you can suck my nine!


Comment by hi guys (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 27, 2004
i-i-i is not re-re-retard-d-ded, retarded. b-b-but you aaare!


Comment by ryan the great (Anonymous) - Friday, May 21, 2004
i will blow you diry niggers all to hell i love black sabbath down with the niggers kill the niggers kill


Comment by Black Sabbath fan (Anonymous) - Friday, May 21, 2004
black sabbath rules THE ROCK


Comment by nigger hater (Anonymous) - Friday, May 21, 2004
i love the band black sabbath and nobody can stop me from either you fucking nigger pot pie's


Comment by Dio (Anonymous) - Saturday, May 29, 2004
I love Black Sabbath and Tony Martin


Comment by Leslie (Anonymous) - Monday, June 7, 2004
Hey, if you don't like Black Sabbath, then too bad... If you don't like them just say so, no need to use filth!!! Unless it makes you feel all grown up.

As for you, "nigger hater": let me tell you that the time has gone by when calling people "nigger" was considered OK. You know what? The only thing you show by using that word is that you are PATHETIC. sorry.

As for Black Sabbath, if you like them, great. But for all you people who put them down, what the hell? You can't hurt them. Fortunately there aren't many of the brain dead like YOU around.


Comment by Matt (Anonymous) - Sunday, June 13, 2004
Black sabbath = super cool. Led Zeppelin was really great rock, but sabbath, to me was something more.


Comment by metal warlord (Anonymous) - Wednesday, June 30, 2004
black sabbath is the BEST band ever to walk the face of the planet and was the FIRST metal band EVER like it or not u fucking prick Kieron L i will KICK YOUR NIGGER ASS if u say shit like that again u shit face


Comment by JOHUA H (Anonymous) - Friday, October 29, 2004
I think they are a wiked band and they allways will be they are rock idols to me they are the sole of rock


Comment by JOHUA H (Anonymous) - Friday, October 29, 2004
Eat Another bat you rock



Comment by PiCkLeS (Anonymous) - Saturday, November 20, 2004
i think this is for people who like sabath


Comment by Sabbracadabra (Anonymous) - Friday, November 26, 2004
Black Sabbath rule, no two ways about it. Yes they were the first ever Heavy Metal band (though they do not like to associate with that phrase). Jimi Hendrix did some heavy shit, then went back to crying the blues with the Band of Gypsies. Blue Cheer tried to an extent, not heavy enough. Led Zepellin. They were heavy untill Sabbath came up and knock the fuck out of em, have you ever wondered why Zep refused to share the same stage as Sabbath??? And with these words i leave all of you non beleivers on the floor, unconscious with your teeth knocked out having just stamped on you head for 5 minutes with your girlfriend watching!


Comment by Four Twenty (Anonymous) - Thursday, December 23, 2004
Dumb kids. Black Sabbath is fucking elite but it wasn't the first heavy metal band. If you think they are, shoot yourself, if you dont know who actually is, shoot yourself, you dont deserve to live.

Get high, Get Drunk, get fucking laid

- 420


Comment by Metal Head (Anonymous) - Wednesday, April 6, 2005
Led Zeppelin was the first to rock metal and the sold over 100 million albums and Sabbath and Maiden neva came close and they both SUCK! Zeppelin RULES


Comment by kavvadas (Anonymous) - Monday, April 18, 2005
black sabbath is the best group all over the planet and i won't fuck hip hop G R E C E E


Comment by VGJKU (Anonymous) - Monday, April 18, 2005
MALAKES GAMW THN MANA SAS


Comment by rh (Anonymous) - Saturday, June 4, 2005
Leave Sabbath alone you vicious basterds!!!


Comment by FLAIGHAI!!! (Anonymous) - Thursday, July 7, 2005
Without Sabbath metal wouldn't even exist, so you emo/punk faggots wouldn't have your shit Korn to listen to (metal my ASS). Meanwhile Sabbath influenced bands like MEtallica, Iron maiden and countless other awesome bands. If you arent mature enough go back to listening to Slipknot. Fucks.


Comment by !!!Greenday_Rawk!!! (Anonymous) - Monday, August 8, 2005
Black Sabbath influeenced a lot of metal bands. All metal bands suck. This makes perfect sense because Black Sabbath sucked. If you're going to copy your sound off a crappy sounding band, don't be surprised if it sounds crappy.

Black Sabbath are slow, boring and Ozzy Osbourne sounds like a shrieking banshee. If you like Black Sabbath, I pity you. Punk is much better, it's fast and the lyrics are about real subjects not 'demons and faeries'.


Comment by Matt (Anonymous) - Tuesday, August 9, 2005
I seriously hope you're just trolling. Sabbath is awesome, and GREEN DAY IS NOT PUNK. Also, a lot of people here probably haven't heard Dio-era Black Sabbath, which is also great.


Comment by omfg (Anonymous) - Thursday, May 24, 2007
dude black sabbath made the metal genre if it wentfor black sabbath there would be no metal today. so shut your fucking mouth dumbass. led zeppelin is better. but black sabbath is fucking grea. so go suck a hard cock you cum drinking bitch.


Comment by marc (Anonymous) - Friday, June 8, 2007
you motherfuckers who think black sabbath suck dont know anything about metal. black sabbath are metal. they started metal. listen to the song "Black Sabbath" and youll know what the fuck they are all about. the 3 evil notes are in that song over and over again. if thats not metal then i dont know what is. and they might have been all power cords but the fucking rule. everything out today is nothing and will never be anything like sabbath. ever. and without sabbath there wouldnt be iron maiden, judas priest, metallica and alot of other bands. you people listen to music today like mtv shit and some underground stuff and think its the best shit in the world but you dont even know the history and you dont know that sabbath rule heavy music with an iron fist. ive proved my point and i hope every motherfucker here who says they like metal but not black sabbath realizes that your a fucking retarded. and that punk motherfucker who said ozzy sucks can fuck off because ozzy was one of the first to "head bang" and that bitch from the sex pistols stole it and made it famous. so fuck you.







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