RUMOURS OF A BLACK SABBATH REUNION have once again been sparked by band-frontman Ozzy Osbourne. Promoting his second autobiography ‘Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy’, Osbourne was quoted saying the following:


“Yes, it’s a very, very strong possibility . 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.”


Black Sabbath’s last album with the original line-up dates back to 1978, with the band having joined forces again twelve years ago in a failed attempt to record a follow-up.


Ozzy commented in April this year:


“The pressure of doing a new Black Sabbath album is enormous, and for it to be as good as what we did back then.”


Lead-guitraist Tony Iommi is also set to release an autobiography later this month (13.10) entitled ‘Iron Man: My Journey Through Heaven And Hell With Black Sabbath’. Ozzy’s second book was released today (11.10).

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