Black Sabbath have announced The End, a concert film and live album documenting their final show at the Genting Arena in the band's hometown of Birmingham.
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.
Although most guitarists favor a variety of models, certain players will always be inextricably linked with particular guitars.
Black Sabbath’s 1970 album Paranoid is the subject of an upcoming documentary on the British TV channel Sky Arts. The episode airs 8:20 p.m. June 27.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi is set to appear as a mentor on Guitar Star, a new U.K. talent show that focuses on guitarists.