For any Black Sabbath fans out there hoping the metal legends might chuck a Farnesy following the announcement of their final ever tour (i.e. do another 10 or so more down the track), allow Tony Iommi to take a giant, steaming deuce upon your dreams. In a new interview with the Birmingham Mail, the riff
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has penned a letter of appeal to the Indonesian President Joko Widodo to spare the lives of Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran who today were transferred to the Indonesian prison island where they are scheduled to face execution. Reports Fairfax, a translated version of Iommi’s letter addressed to Joko
In a recent interview, Black Sabbath guitarist, Tony Iommi, has explained that the group’s original drummer, Bill Ward, was excluded from the band’s recent reunion due to Iommi feeling as though he was short on time. Upon being diagnosed with lymphoma, Iommi developed a sense of urgency to get the show on the road that
Ever wanted to have legendary axe man Tony Iommi featured as guest guitarist on your band’s debut EP? Well, it’s not such a crazy idea anymore, according to the equally legendary Brian May. The two have combined their efforts to achieve double legendary status in one of the most legendary moves in rock and roll…legend.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has shared a recent update on his condition, after he was diagnosed with lymphoma (cancer of the lymphocyte) just before the band were preparing for their reunion shows back in January. Iommi posted a message out on his personal website, as an update on what he’s been going through in
As reported by Musicfeeds last month, Black Sabbath’s 63-year-old guitarist Tony Iommi has sadly been diagnosed with lymphoma (cancer of the lymphocyte). An update on Iommi’s progress had be posted by Blabbermouth, which states that Iommi is actively engaged with his doctors in organising the best possible treatment plan and remains positive about making a
Tony Iommi has now admitted that a Black Sabbath reunion is on the cards. In an interview with Planetrock radio he spoke about rehearsing with the band and stated that all 4 members are very keen to reunite:
Yesterday the internet was abuzz with reports that Black Sabbath had “officially” reformed again and were rehearsing for a massive reunion tour, as well as a new album.