BLACK SABBATH - Sneak Peek
Did you miss the Sabbath show back in August. Yeah, I know, tickets were gone by the time you found out that they were on sale, Right.
The inevitable tour dvd Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses is coming out at the end of November. KK already posted the trailer (see the 3rd video below) and today we have a new performance video of "Loner" to go along with it. It's a new song from the new 13 album but sounds like vintage sounding Sabbath. Only an "alright, now" as in "Sweet Leaf" would make it that much cooler and complete the connection. Ozzy is not the wild man he once was but he definitely pulls this one off.
More details on the new dvd come up at the bottom of this blog but I wanted to share this interview with Ozzy on Letterman in the days / weeks following the accidental death of guitarist Randy Rhoads. I "tripped' on this on YouTube. Thought you'd get a kick. He's far from the mumbler that he is today. It's just an interview - no performance. Understood considering what was going on at the time.
The new video comes out on November 26th (they should have put it out Black Friday, 3 days later!!) and comes out in different bundles of DVD / BLUE RAY & CDS
The concerts were filmed in April/May in Australia. Here's the trailer. The track listing is below that.
"Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses" track listings:
Blu-ray and DVD track listing is as follows:
01. War Pigs
02. Into The Void
05. Black Sabbath
06. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
09. Fairies Wear Boots
10. Symptom Of The Universe
11. Iron Man
12. End Of The Beginning
13. Children Of The Grave
14. God Is Dead?
15. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Intro) / Paranoid
The CD is missing a lot of big moments for die hards. WHY did they leave out Into The Void, Snowblind, Fairies Wear Boots, Symptom of the Universe AND Children of the Grave!!! AHHHH
W.W.S.D. (What Would Satan Do)
CD track listing is as follows:
01. War Pigs
03. Black Sabbath
06. Iron Man
07. End Of The Beginning
08. Fairies Wear Boots
09. God Is Dead?
10. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Intro) / Paranoid