The beginning of the end is here. In 2017, we say farewell to the true gods of metal, Black Sabbath.
'The End' is going to be their final UK tour, including the final ever show at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, UK
Tony Iommi, in an interview with Rolling Stone, said: 'I can't actually do this anymore, my body won't take it much more'. The heartbreaking words of a guitarist who, rightfully, will re-write the music history books forever, and go down in history.
The 90's kids will remember the moments of the hit TV show 'The Osbournes'. With Ozzy and his family letting us into their personal life.
We saw just how fun and outrageous they were. But the show was phenomenal. Leaving many happy and funny memories.
Black Sabbath was founded in 1968, in Birmingham, United Kingdom. But they almost didn't even exist. In this post by Loudwire,
Tony Iommi actually left the band in 1969, but decided to re-join. It's a good job he did. Otherwise we wouldn't see the amazing metal community we have today.
Ozzy Osbourne parted ways with the group in 1979. Ronnie James Dio (May he rock in peace), joined the band and released the worldwide hit,
Holy Diver. Which was covered by Killswitch Engage. The song remains to be one to raise your devil horns to.
This is not goodbye to Black Sabbath. Their influence is one that changed music forever. Many upcoming bands are walking in their footsteps. Going hard, every day, to release that one song that makes things a little different.
That offers something artistic and amazing. These metal bands would not exist if it wasn't for the metal giant Black Sabbath.
Metal musicians around the globe owe Black Sabbath a huge amount of love and respect for the legacy they gave us. We thank you! Now let's end with a bit of 'Paranoid'.
Thank You Black Sabbath