March 15, 2001


Amazing news: BLACK SABBATH started working on the new album – the first by classic line-up since 1978’s “Never Say Die”. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, with keyboardist Geoff Nicholls staying in the saddle, have entered the studio in Britain accompanied by famous metal producer Rick Rubin for writing and rehearsing. Later on, the band will fly over to LA to begin recording.

That doesn’t mean any problems with OZZfest that BLACK SABBATH will be the headliners of. There will be a break for the festival and, after that, the work continue in early September with the final product to be out for Christmas. A great gift for Santa to deliver!

What surely will have to be delayed is solo albums by Ozzy, Bill and Geezer, although it seems that Osbourne’s one is ready – as the singer had enough time to work it out.

March 15, 2001

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