Temple of the Dog—a supergroup that featured members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden (including Chris Cornell)—enjoyed a successful 25th anniversary tour late last year.
We've all heard the rumors that Black Sabbath were recently toying with the idea ofrecording a new studio album, a potential followup to 2013's successful 13.
A few hours ago, the gang over at Black Sabbath's official YouTube channel posted a new music video for "Killing Yourself to Live," an album track from 1973's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
Available February 3 from Rhino, this career-spanning remastered set is released on CD, digitally, and on limited edition “Crucifold” 4-LP heavyweight vinyl.
Black Sabbath founding drummer Bill Ward was not included in the band’s final album, 13, or in its swansong world tour, and guitarist Tony Iommi says he doesn’t really know why.
Tony Iommi reports that a lump discovered in his throat last November has been removed and is not cancerous.
Tony Iommi has been hailed as the godfather of heavy metal for his role with Black Sabbath, the British group he cofounded in 1968.
A few weeks ago,Mac Sabbath—that ever-fascinating, costumed, fast-food-themed Black Sabbath cover band that we all know and love—performed onSam Roberts’ show on SiriusXM’s Opie Radio.
Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler says the band’s 1970 hit “Paranoid” almost didn’t get recorded out of fear that it sounded too much like Led Zeppelin’s “Communication Breakdown.”
Following yesterday’s press conference announcing the “Ozzfest Metts Knotfest” mega-festival, Zakk Wylde’s Black Sabbath cover band, Zakk Sabbath, took to the stage at the Palladium in Hollywood.
Below, check outGlenn Danzig's NSFW (not safe for work, wombats or walruses) video for his cover of Black Sabbath's "N.I.B."