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Balck Sabbath posts classic concert on-line!
Balck Sabbath posts classic concert on-line!

Black Sabbath has posted a vintage 25-minute video online of the band’s 1975 appearance on the classic TV series Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert. The video, posted at the group’s official YouTube channel, features the original lineup in the midst of promoting the Sabotage album. That record’s “Hole In The Sky” is featured in the mini-set, along with “Killing Yourself To Live,” “Snowblind,” “War Pigs” and “Paranoid.”

Sabbath has been posting more archival photos and videos online ahead of the tentative June release of 13, the first album to feature singer Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler in 35 years. Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk played on the album instead of founding member Bill Ward, who sat out the reunion over a contract dispute.

  • Sabbath will head out on a North American tour in July and August to support the new CD.

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