“Black Sabbath: What Evil Lurks,” lifts Black Sabbath from the shadows, presenting a spectacular collage of multi-talents that propelled Black Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne to musical greatness.
Black Sabbath – The Ballet is an extraordinary theatrical event that intertwines mesmerizing dance with complete orchestral versions of monumental songs such as “Paranoid” and “Iron Man”.
Ozzy at 75 by Daniel Bukszpan explores a rich tapestry of 75 of his most outstanding achievements and pivotal moments, chronicling a life and career that have been nothing short of extraordinary.
BLACK SABBATH’s full box set collection on picture disc for the first time, “Hand Of Doom 1970 – 1978”
BLACK SABBATH’s most powerful box set ever produced, “Hand Of Doom” features the “Complete Original Black Sabbath 1970-1978” collection on picture disc for the first time.
“Randy Rhoads: Reflections Of A Guitar Icon”, a new documentary about legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads, best known for his work with OZZY OSBOURNE, will be available on Video On Demand on Friday, May 6. The 85-film was directed by Andre Relis and was narrated by L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns. It was written and edited by Michael Bruining.
Black Sabbath’s Technical Ecstasy was a bitter pill for fans to swallow. The band was no longer hungry, most of them had nothing left in the can. Drugs had taken over the band and the music suffered. Sabbath strayed away from their roots and gave us perhaps the worst album in their recording catalog. However, a song like “She’s Gone” is a polished gem that stood out from the lot. “It’s Alright,” is the first time we hear Bill Ward sing on a Sabbath album. There was nothing technical or ecstatic about this album. It was a train wreck from the beginning. It is rare if ever any songs are played live from this album. Time can be forgiving, Rhino has given us an extremely extended version of the album with new live songs and 90 minutes of new studio outtakes and alternate versions of the songs recorded. This deep dive is a welcome addition and perhaps salvation to a greatly misunderstood album. This offering is meant for the true Black Sabbath super-fan.
1975 was the peak year for Black Sabbath. Five years in and another four till Ozzy derailed. Sabotage was a strange album with some classic hits but at the same time, the band was going musically in different directions. They were starting to lose their identity. Personally, riff wise I love this album. My favorite song is Symptom of the Universe. It has so many guitar sounds that explore different experimental tunes.
The estate of Geoff Nicholls has released an early version of the song ‘Heaven and Hell’ by Black Sabbath. Geoff has always be known as the fifth member of Black Sabbath after the firing of Ozzy Osbourne. Ronnie James Dio was brought in to be the lead singer in 1979.
Look what has spawned from greasy bad food and heavy metal. Ronald McDonald fronts a new band called Mac Sabbath. Laced with chords from Black… Read More »Mac Sabbath: Hybrid of Black Sabbath and McDonald’s