“And more” including Pantera, Dio, Motörhead, and even MOAR.
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“Of all the things I lost I miss my mind the most.” Ozzy Osbourne is a true “Master of [un]Reality.” If you think Ozzy’s music is trippy, his antics will blow your mind. People expect the Prince of Darkness to be all doom and gloom, but Ozzy also has a great sense of humor. Ozzy […]
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Heavy music exists on a rift in time. On the one hand, there will always be a love and appreciation for the classics, to the point where fans will basically cosplay the 1970s in homage […]
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Black Sabbath embraced change in 1976 when the heavy metal innovators started managing themselves and began exploring different sounds on the band’s seventh studio album,  Technical Ecstasy. 
The record reached #13 in the U.K. and was certified gold in the U.S. BMG honours this daring album with a collection that includes a newly remastered version of the original, a brand-new mix by Steven Wilson, plus more than 90 minutes of previously unreleased out takes, alternative mixes and live tracks. 
Technical Ecstacy: Super Deluxe Edition will be available on October 1 as a 4-CD set and 5-LP set on 180-gram black vinyl. 
The remastered studio album will be available the same day on digital download and streaming services. The newly remastered version of Back Street Kids is available today digitally. 
Pre-order both the 4-CD and 5-LP versions and listen to Back Street Kids atblacksabbathband.lnk.to/technicalecstasydlxPR
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The footage of Ozzy taped for use by Entertainment Tonight was shot in early December of 1981 (not 1982 as the video notes). Ozz and his band, the perfect alignment of Randy Rhoads, Rudy Sarzo, Tommy Aldrige, and the newly added Don Airey on keyboards (who was in the band for the recording of Blizzard […]
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In the modern era of music it’s generally expected that artists will take a minimum of around two years between studio releases, and if you’re a well-established act, maybe double, even treble that number. It’s staggering to think in hindsight that Black Sabbath took less than 18 months to deliver three of the most pivotal […]
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It’s all happening in the world of metal this week!
Hacktivist are releasing their awesome new album Hyperdialect, with the boys celebrating by making the cover of this week’s DigiMag.
We also speak with NO:IR, Flotsam & Jetsam and Gary Numan about their new music, plus Australian thrash machine Desecrator premiere their sensational new song “Summoning”.
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