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Black Sabbath, formed in 1968, is the group credited with pioneering the heavy metal genre through their most influential albums released in the 1970s. The group has stayed relevant for almost 40 years and have earned two Grammys, as well as inductions into the UK Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their Reunion world tour was announced in 2014 and their final tour was announced for 2016. The group will say a final goodbye to their fans and go out with a bang, this is your last chance so you definitely don’t want to miss this show!
After various members coming and going as well as multiple name changes, Black Sabbath released their debut, self-titled album in 1970. It was met with praise in the UK and US but received little to no radio time. Despite that, it broke top 100 charts in both countries and was especially popular in the US, leading the band to embark on a tour after the release of the second album. The title track of that album was written and recorded in 25 minutes, yet still broke top 10 in the US.
To record their third album the band was granted more studio time in addition to a briefcase of drug money, the group was addicted to coke and constantly did hard drugs. After the release of their third album and world tour, the band was forced to take a break. Their dangerous and fast paced lifestyle had caught up with them but it didn’t stop them from continuing the drug useage as they came back together to work on their fourth album. Their fourth album reached gold status in two weeks and prompted a second world tour.
For their fifth album, the group drew inspiration from a dungeon they rehearsed in and finally began to attract mainstream media attention. The album marked the group’s fifth consecutive platinum selling album in the US and was praised by Rolling Stone.
The release of their sixth album, Sabotage was also met with extremely favorable reviews and prompted another world tour. However, their seventh album was harshly criticized as many noted from their music, and Osbourne’s recent admission to Stafford County Asylum, that the band was falling apart. After firing Osbourne the band hired Ronnie James Dio and found their sound again. Their album, Heaven and Hell was released in 1980 and was met with critical acclaim, noted today as one of their best albums. The group embarked on an extensive world tour, having to replace their drummer halfway through as Ward couldn’t stand to perform without Osbourne.
By 1986, Iommi was the only remaining original member of the band and couldn’t seem to keep a group together for more than a year. He announced that the group was on hiatus and embarked on solo work, as many of the former members had already done. Despite that announcement, producers insisted that the subsequent albums Iommi released be called Black Sabbath albums. After their 1986 album flopped, the band was dropped by their record label and took a hiatus in 1988.
Although it seemed as if Black Sabbath had already peaked, they were determined to succeed in their attempted comeback. In 1992 Dehumanizer was released, it was their biggest commercial success of the decade and many critics reported it was “just like the old Black Sabbath”. The boys were back. The group launched on a world tour, which set the stage for an original Black Sabbath reunion. Ozzy asked the group to open for him in LA which began the process of a reunion tour.
After releasing two additional albums under the Black Sabbath name with various members joining and leaving the group, and completing a few solo projects, Iommi finally reunited with Osbourne and the original Black Sabbath line-up in 1997. The following years were banner years for Black Sabbath. In 1998 they embarked on a reunion tour and released a reunion album. The album went platinum and the group received a Grammy for the single “Iron Man”, nearly 20 years after the track’s original release.
After a brief hiatus, the group was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and into the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. From 2006 to 2010, because Osbourne was working on his solo project, the Black Sabbath lineup from the Heaven & Hell era reunited, produced and album, and went on tour. During this time, a lawsuit was filed by Ozzy against Iommi about the rights of the name Black Sabbath, and drummer Ronnie James Dio died of stomach cancer, ending the tour.
Despite Ozzy’s statements that were adamantly against the possibility of a reunion, the original lineup of the band began practicing and recording together in late 2010. A world tour was scheduled for 2012, but unfortunately all but two dates had to be cancelled due to Iommi’s lymphoma diagnosis. However, the group began recording an album in late 2012, replacing original drummer Ward with Tommy Clufetos, due to contract disputes. The deluxe album was released in 2014 and the single “God is Dead?” earned the group their first Grammy in 14 years. The group embarked on a world tour to promote the album, performing in New Zealand, Europe, and Latin America among other locations.
In 2014 Ozzy announced that the group would begin working on a 20th album followed by a final world tour set to begin in 2016. Tour dates were released for New Zealand, North America, Europe, Australia, and Canada so far. However, the final album is not in the works, unused tracks from the 13 sessions will be used on an album that is sold at the shows. This group has kept fans on edge as they switched up members, sang about their struggles with drugs and alcohol, and captured the hearts of many faithful Black Sabbath fans. This is sure to be their final tour, which is definitely an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
Top 3 Black Sabbath Tracks:
|Fairies Wear Boots|
|Into the Void|
Black Sabbath Members
- Tony Iommi
- Geezer Butler
- Ozzy Osbourne
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Black Sabbath Ticket Prices
Cheap Black Sabbath TicketsThe events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
|$20.00||Black Sabbath — 08/19/2016|
BB&T Pavilion; Camden, NJ
|$26.00||Black Sabbath — 01/22/2016|
United Center; Chicago, IL
|$29.00||Black Sabbath — 03/04/2016|
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
|$31.00||Black Sabbath — 09/17/2016|
MGM Grand Garden Arena; Las Vegas, NV
|$32.00||Black Sabbath — 08/21/2016|
Jiffy Lube Live; Bristow, VA
|$34.00||Black Sabbath — 02/17/2016|
Sprint Center; Kansas City, MO
|$34.00||Black Sabbath — 08/23/2016|
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ
|$36.00||Black Sabbath — 09/07/2016|
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
|$37.00||Black Sabbath — 01/27/2016|
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
|$39.00||Black Sabbath — 02/06/2016|
Tacoma Dome; Tacoma, WA
Best and Most Expensive Black Sabbath TicketsThe events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
|$861.00||Black Sabbath — 08/27/2016|
Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, CT
|$272.00||Black Sabbath — 08/17/2016|
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater; Wantagh, NY
|$264.00||Black Sabbath — 08/29/2016|
Molson Amphitheatre; Toronto, ON
|$241.00||Black Sabbath — 02/25/2016|
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
|$162.00||Black Sabbath — 09/09/2016|
Isleta Amphitheater; Albuquerque, NM
|$161.00||Black Sabbath — 11/10/2016|
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
|$159.00||Black Sabbath — 02/27/2016|
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
|$122.00||Black Sabbath — 02/21/2016|
FirstOntario Centre; Hamilton, ON
|$121.00||Black Sabbath — 02/19/2016|
Palace of Auburn Hills; Auburn Hills, MI
|$112.00||Black Sabbath — 09/19/2016|
Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood, CA