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    Default Brand new Black Sabbath album on April 28th

    It's called "The Devil You Know" and it'll be released under the band name Heaven & Hell (this is the lineup with Dio that came after Ozzy left the band, and released three classic albums and a live album.) I've heard the new single, and it's classic Sabbath. I'm psyched to hear this album.

    Any other Sabbath fans looking forward to the 28th?

    Rest in peace, Michael. Teach the angels to moonwalk.


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    Default Re: Brand new Black Sabbath album on April 28th

    BUMP. Surely there are more Sabbath fans on this forum?

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    Default Re: Brand new Black Sabbath album on April 28th

    I can't wait for it,4 Disc set will also be released in next month I think.Black Sabbath really rules,Ozzy with Iommi was fantastic pair.I hope to get tht cd box set once its released.I dont have all of their songs yet but Im planning to buy their albums one by one and first CD shud be Black Sabbath.its cover artwork is awesome and their self titled track "Black Sabbath" is one of the best metal song ever and ofcourse most darkest and scary..haha

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    Default Wendy Dio Fires Back at Critics of Ronnie James Dio Hologram

    By Nick DeRiso May 5, 2017 Ultimate Classic Rock

    Wendy Dio is taking critics of the Ronnie James Dio hologram head on, while work continues on another iteration of the new technology.

    “I get called cash cow. Well, actually it’s costing us a hell of a lot of money,” she tells Ultimate Classic Rock. “We didn’t need to do it, but we’re doing things that we always did. Ronnie did things for his fans, and we’re trying to continue doing that.”

    Dio’s widow launched the hologram, which was created by Eyellusion, during a performance at last August’s Wacken Open Air Festival of “We Rock” with Dio Disciples. Since then, it’s been featured at the annual Pollstar Awards. Plans for a full-fledged tour of the hologram are now moving forward, despite the occasional mixed review from those who haven’t bought into the concept.

    “A lot of people don’t like the idea and some people do,” Dio says. “It’s done with love for the fans. It’s for those who would love to see him on the stage again with his bandmates, and for those who never got the chance to see him.”

    She notes the idea dates back to before Ronnie succumbed to stomach cancer on May 16, 2010, at age 67.

    “We always tried to make a hologram, Ronnie and I,” she says. “In 1986, those who saw the Sacred Heart tour saw that we did a rear projection of Ronnie’s head in a crystal ball, talking. Ronnie was always very very fascinated by Disney World and all the holograms that were in there. So I think he’d give his blessing to this. He was also an innovator in music, so why not an innovator in technology?”

    Details on those previously announced concert appearances are still taking shape. Wendy says the updated hologram will perform at least six classic Dio songs, though they’ve set no firm date for unveiling it just yet.

    “It’s a long process; it takes a long time,” she says. “It won’t be ready until September or October – maybe this year, maybe not. But we’re working on that, and we’re hoping to put that out.”

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    Post Ozzy Osbourne Wants One Last Black Sabbath Show With Bill Ward


    After years of mudslinging, Ozzy Osbourne is now expressing regret that Black Sabbath's farewell tour did not include a reunion with founding drummer Bill Ward. In new interview, he said their last shows in February 2017 in their hometown of Birmingham, England was "bittersweet" because it wasn't the original foursome, and hoped that there could be "one last gig" with him.

    Osbourne was speaking with Kerrang! about previous admissions that he didn't enjoy himself on that last spin around the world. While he had previously put it down to conflicts with guitarist Tony Iommi, he now said that the missing piece of the Black Sabbath puzzle was also part of the reason.

    “I didn’t like the fact that Bill Ward wasn’t there, for a start," he revealed. "People put that down to me, but it wasn’t me, honestly. We didn’t have the ****ing time to hang around, we had to get going, but I’m sorry it didn’t work out with Bill."

    Although it was announced in 2011 that Ward would participate in the reunion, Ward didn't appear on 13, the album Black Sabbath put out in 2013, or the tour. He claimed it was the result of a contract dispute, while Osbourne frequently said that Ward wasn't in shape to meet the physical demands of recording and touring, which Ward has vehemently denied. Instead, Brad Wilk from Rage Against the Machine drummed on 13, while Tommy Clufetos, who plays in Osbourne's solo band, occupied the drum stool on the road.

    "Tommy did great," Osbourne added, "but the four of us started this, and it should have been the four of us ending it. Those final gigs in Birmingham were bittersweet because you think of how far we came, and how much we did, and it would have been good to have shared that together. Maybe one day there’ll be one last gig, I don’t know.”

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