Almost five decades ago, the toll of a bell and rolling thunder marked the conception of an ear splittingly monolithic riff. In that moment, Black Sabbath and the sound of Heavy Metal were forged
Interview By Robert Cavuoto Vault Date: July 29th, 2013 Rock Vault Legendary drummer for Black Sabbath, Bill Ward, will debut a collection of his artwork that brings rhythm to the canvas, entitled Absence of Corners on August 1st. It’s a personal look into a man’s soul where he shares his emotions, feelings, and pain […]
Securing headliners Black Sabbath meant that many Uk rock fans faced a dilemma of choice. However securing a very strong supporting cast in the shape of Soundgarden, Faith no More and many others proved to be a winner
Two new tracks slotted in sounded comfortable when performed live. For many it was all about the classics. Despite Ozzy promising to not leave it so long before returning to the city, I feel that this tour will be Sabbath’s swansong . God may be dead, but the legendary Black Sabbath are very much alive and kicking!!
What is it about the former Black Sabbath and legendary rock icon Ozzy Ozbourne (born John Michael Osbourne) that has made him into such a polarizing rock and roll figure?
The feel of the album is raw and natural while still sounding full and professional which should go a long way to pleasing the purists, the guitars are up loud and as dirty as you could possibly want and recently added lead vocalist Gordon Brown has all the makings of a great singer…
he band decided to replace Fox with the more darker and graspier vocals of John Prakesh and to be honest, they did a fine job in their choice. This dude fits the more metal style of the band with conviction.