Even though Black Sabbath's new album, 13, isn't even out yet, Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has already dropped a hint that this latest effort might not be the band's last. "Well, I guess you should never say never," Butler told Billboard. "It could be, though. We'll see how this album goes, see what happens."
The biggest names in hard rock and heavy metal rocked Los Angeles on Thursday, May 2, at the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods Award Show. As always, the event featured the once-in-a-lifetime collaborations that America’s only hard-rock and heavy-metal show has become known for.
Black Sabbath have confirmed a 20-city North American trek that kicks off July 25 in Houston, Texas. The tour also will include stops in Philadelphia, Boston, Tinley Park (Chicago), San Francisco and other major markets, along with the previously announced stops in Holmdel, New Jersey; Los Angeles, Seattle and Toronto, Ontario.
This Friday, Chris Beardshaw of BBC Radio 4's Gardener's Question Time will tell listeners about his recent horticultural experiment. His findings? Blasting Black Sabbath in a greenhouse works wonders for plants. Playing easy-listening music kills them.