Offiziell!!! BLACK SABBATH Reunion + Album + World Tour 2012

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    The original lineup of the legendary heavy metal band BLACK SABBATH — Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass) and Bill Ward (drums) — has reunited and will release a brand new album in 2012.


    The group's first studio effort in 33 years will be produced by Rick Rubin, who has previously worked with METALLICA, SLIPKNOT, SLAYER and SYSTEM OF A DOWN, among many others. A world tour will follow, including an appearance at the U.K.'s Download festival on June 10, 2012. The songwriting process for BLACK SABBATH's new album is already half complete, and the band hopes to begin recording the new CD in January. A mid-2012 release is expected.


    BLACK SABBATH's reunion was officially confirmed a few minutes ago during a special announcement ceremony at the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California — the same venue where the band made its Los Angeles debut on November 11, 1970 (41 years ago), opening for ALICE COOPER. All four original members of the legendary heavy metal group attended the event, which was hosted by former BLACK FLAG frontman Henry Rollins.
    A three-and-a-half-minute reunion-announcement video can be seen below.


    The Ozzy-fronted lineup of SABBATH hasn't toured since 2005 and last appeared together when they were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2006. They attempted to cut a new album — their first since 1978's "Never Say Die!" — with Rick Rubin in 1999, but the sessions fell apart after just a couple of songs and Osbourne turned his attention to his solo career. The Ronnie James Dio lineup reunited under the moniker HEAVEN & HELL in 2006 but split four years later, after Dio passed away.


    Iommi told U.K.'s Terrorizer magazine that the four original members of BLACK SABBATH recently got together in a rehearsal room for the first time in years, adding, "[We] played some of the old stuff and to be together again was great. We're all on good terms and we're at a stage where we can play together again. It would be good if we could and I suppose it's the closest it's been to be able to do that."
    Osbourne told Billboard.com last month that a reunion of the original BLACK SABBATH lineup was a "very, very strong possibility." He added, "It's in the very early stages, so we haven't recorded anything yet. If it works out, it'll work out. If it doesn't, I'll keep doing my thing."


    The Birmingham Mail reported in August that the original SABBATH lineup had begun rehearsing and writing music in secret for a new album. The Mail based its story around remarks made by Iommi, who later said the comments were off the record and taken out of context. Iommi's manager, however, did not deny that a reunion was underway.
    Speculation about a reunion was fueled later that month when Ozzy skipped the Hollywood premiere of the documentary about his life, "God Bless Ozzy Osbourne". Both his son Jack and daughter Kelly hinted at the time that their dad was "doing something that is very, very exciting."
    Osbourne and Iommi last year amicably resolved their problems over the ownership of the BLACK SABBATH name and court proceedings in New York were discontinued.
    Ozzy filed a lawsuit against Iommi in May 2009, claiming that Iommi illegally took sole ownership of the band's name in a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
    Osbourne sued Iommi for a 50 percent interest in the "Black Sabbath" trademark, along with a portion of Iommi's profits from use of the name.
    The Manhattan federal court suit also charged that Osbourne's "signature lead vocals" are largely responsible for the band's "extraordinary success," noting that its popularity plummeted during his absence from 1980 through 1996.
    Lawyer Andrew DeVore argued that Osbourne signed away all his rights to the BLACK SABBATH trademark after he quit the band in 1979.
    Osbourne's lawyer, Howard Shire, called that agreement a "red herring" that was "repudiated" when the singer rejoined in 1997 and took over "quality control" of the band's merchandise, tours and recordings.




    Quelle: http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=165997

  • Ja Mann, du solltest beruflicher "Zwischen-den-Zeilen-Leser" werden...


    Nee man, geiler Scheiss! Also ich bin dabei. Mal abwarten, ob sie auch nach Deutschland kommen. Wenn nicht, Download ich komme...

  • Oh shit, ist das genial. Ich knie nieder, :prayer::prayer::prayer: ich flipp aus, ich muss ein Bier aufmachen, ich pack es nicht. Ich fahr denen überall hin nach, ICH MUSS DIE EINMAL IN MEINEM VERDAMMTEN LEBEN LIVE GESEHEN HABEN!!!

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    (Die Videos werden aus irgendeinem Grund nicht angezeigt...)


    Lol, Ozzy kann man teils echt gar nicht verstehen. :D


    Aber echt geil, dass die wieder zusammen sind! Hoffentlich kommen sie auch nach Deutschland - schon krass irgendwie, dass ich die noch live sehen kann, hätte ich nicht gedacht.

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    Bis auf das Download Festival in Donnington am 10. Juni 2012 haben BLACK SABBATH ALLE weiteren Tourtermine für 2012 ausgesetzt. Die bereits gebuchten Dates werden nun von OZZY OSBOURNE Solo übernommen, der mit einer OZZY & FRIENDS Performance - u.a. mit Geezer Butler (der mit OZZY zusammen eine BLACK SABBATH show of respect and support for Tony Iommi performen wird), Zakk Wylde und Slash - über die entfallenen BLACK SABBATH Dates hinwegtrösten wird. Davon betroffen ist natürlich auch das geplante Wien Konzert am 26. Juni 2012!


    BLACK SABBATH


    Jun. 10 - Donnington, UK @ Download Festival


    OZZY & FRIENDS


    May 23 - Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall Arena
    May 25 - Stockholm, Sweden - Stadium
    May 27 - Jelling, Denmark - Jelling Festival
    May 29 - Bergen, Norway - Bergen Calling Festival
    May 31 - Oslo, Norway - Spektrum
    Jun. 02 - Malmo, Sweden - Malmo Stadium
    Jun. 04 - Dortmund, Germany - Westfalenhalle
    Jun. 06 - Prague, Czech Republic - O2 Arena
    Jun. 15 - Vitoria, Spain - Azkena Rock Festival
    Jun. 17 - Clisson, France - Hellfest
    Jun. 22 - Dessel, Belgium - Graspop Metal Meeting
    Jun. 24 - Milan, Italy - Gods of Metal Festival
    Jun. 26 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle
    Jun. 28 - Belgrade, Serbia - USCE Park
    Jul. 01 - Athens, Greece - Rockwave Festival – Terra

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    Ich hab n böses Deja Vu -.- Um die Zeit vor zwei Jahren hatte ich mein Sonisphere Ticket bereits und Heaven & Hell wurde abgesagt. Jetzt habe ich mein Sabbath Ticket in der Hand und sie werden abgesagt, aus gleichen Gründen? Das gibts doch gar nicht...


    edit: Aufm Graspop und Hellfest wären dann GnR und Slash gemeinsam da...

  • Ich hab n böses Deja Vu -.- Um die Zeit vor zwei Jahren hatte ich mein Sonisphere Ticket bereits und Heaven & Hell wurde abgesagt. Jetzt habe ich mein Sabbath Ticket in der Hand und sie werden abgesagt, aus gleichen Gründen? Das gibts doch gar nicht...


    edit: Aufm Graspop und Hellfest wären dann GnR und Slash gemeinsam da...

    Wehe du kaufst dir noch mal Karten für ein Metallica Konzert

  • Als Erstz tritt jetzt Ozzy mit friends auf. Unter anderem Geezer Butler und Zakk Wylde. Aber ich denke, dass ich meine Karte retournieren werde.

  • Ich hab von Vienna Ticket, wo ich die Karte bestellt hab, ein mail bekommen. Da steht drin, dass ich die Karten zurückschicken kann, falls ich die Alternative nicht akzeptieren will.

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