Black Sabbath reunite and announce world tour
Black Sabbath reunion tour tickets will soon be on sale, as the band announced on Friday (November 11th) they have reformed.
The heavy metal band broke the news at a press conference in Los Angeles venue Whisky a Go Go, where they played their first ever US show in 1970.
"It's now or never for us," guitarist Tony Iommi told reporters. "We're getting along great. Everything's really good."
Black Sabbath 2012 tickets will be on sale on Friday the 18th of November for their performance at the Download Festival next year and more Black Sabbath tickets for their world tour that will follow will be available at a later date.
Furthermore, fans may be excited to hear the band will not just be rehashing their old hits and the original line-up - including iconic singer Ozzy Osborne, bassist Geezer Butler and drummer Bill Ward - are writing a new album.
The foursome are now in their 60s, having released their last record together Never Say Die in 1978.
However, the frontman and his family have since been in the public eye due to the broadcast of a reality TV show following their lives.
An official Twitter account has been set up for Black Sabbath, with a post yesterday revealing Michael Bolotin - otherwise known as Michael Bolton - was one of the contenders to replace Ozzy when he left the band.
Posted by Lizzie Rivera