The "Children of the Grave" are all grown up -- Black Sabbath's Master of Reality is now 50 years old. Released July 21, 1971, Master of Reality was the third studio effort from Ozzy Osbourne and company, following the 1970 one-two punch of Black Sabbath... Read More.
Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has announced Manipulations of the Mind, an upcoming CD box set collection his solo work. The four-disc package includes his three solo records -- 1995's Plastic Planet, 1997's Black Science and 2005's Ohmwork -- as well as a compilation of... Read More.
How do you make the experience of an escape room even more intense? By adding the music of Black Sabbath, of course. The metal legends have launched their own virtual escape room, themed around the recent deluxe reissue of their 1975 album, Sabotage. The... Read More.
This Friday, Black Sabbath will release deluxe reissues of 1980's Heaven and Hell and 1981's Mob Rules, the iconic metal band's first two albums with new lead singer Ronnie James Dio. Dio had joined Sabbath in place of Ozzy Osbourne, who was... Read More.
Black Sabbath has released a newly remastered version of the band's 1972 album, Vol. 4. In addition to continuing the metal pioneers' dark, heavy style with songs such as "Snowblind," Vol. 4 also included a total sonic left turn in the form... Read More.
Expanded versions of Black Sabbath's two Ronnie James Dio-fronted albums from the '80s will be released on March 5. Heaven and Hell: Deluxe Edition and Mob Rules: Deluxe Edition both include the original albums remastered, along with a host of bonus material... Read More.
February 12 will see the release of a Super Deluxe Edition of Vol 4, the 1972 Black Sabbath album that features classics like "Supernaut," "Snowblind" and "Changes." The release will be available in several formats that will include a newly remastered version... Read More.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed that he recently played on a new track with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason that will be part of a benefit album for a cancer charity. During a phone interview with La Heavy, a popular... Read More.
Zakk Wylde's Black Sabbath tribute band Zakk Sabbath has released a cover of the metal legends' song "The Wizard." The track was recorded for Zakk Sabbath's upcoming Vertigo project, a full recreation of Black Sabbath's self-titled 1970 debut album in celebration of... Read More.