Friday, February 1, 2013
BLACK SABBATH's Geezer Butler: Mad Updates Available, Including NEW Album Status & Touring Plans!
Recently, BLACK SABBATH revealed that the release of their NEW album has been postponed. Originally the record was set to be released this April, but now the band has announced that it won't be out until June. According to Geezer Butler, production for the band's first record with frontman Ozzy Osbourne since the release of 'Never Say Die!' in 1978, has been completed and the record is currently being mixed.
During an interview with Eddie Trunk during NAMM, which concluded this past Sunday, January 27. Geezer also announced that the band will be touring the United States this July and August, and will be touring South America for the very first time in October. Additionally, the band plans to close the year by touring Europe in November and December.
As far as that their NEW album title. He doesn't find '13' to be a "constructive" album title, and they will only keep that title if they can't find a better title. What should they entitle their album? Lets us know at the comments section below!
Here is the interview:
As previously reported, the band recruited drummer Brad Wilk from RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE to lay down the drum tracks on '13'.
Upcoming BLACK SABBATH tour dates:
- Apr 20: Auckland Vector Arena, New Zealand
- Apr 22: Auckland Vector Arena, New Zealand
- Apr 25: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Australia
- Apr 27: Sydney All Phones Arena, Australia
- Apr 28: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, Australia
- May 1: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, Australia
- May 4: Perth Arena, Australia
- May 12: Ozzfest, Tokyo Makahari Messe, Japan
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