BLACK SABBATH – Together Again; New Studio Video Available

Schweet Entertainment has produced all-new footage of BLACK SABBATH in the studio with producer Rick Rubin (SLAYER, METALLICA) during the making of their forthcoming album 13.

13 clocks in at nearly 60 minutes and features the following tracks:

‘End Of The Beginning’ (8:07)
‘God Is Dead?’ (8:54)
‘Loner’ (5:06)
‘Zeitgeist’ (4:28)
‘Age of Reason’ (7:02)
‘Live Forever’ (4:49)
‘Damaged Soul’ (7:43)
‘Dear Father’ (7:06)

The official artwork for 13 can be viewed below, and in the YouTube clip introduction you can hear a snippet of a new song:

13 was recorded primarily in Los Angeles and features the original Black Sabbath trio – Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler – with drummer Brad Wilk (RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE). Produced by Rick Rubin (SLAYER, METALLICA), the album will be released on Vertigo (worldwide) and Vertigo/Republic in North America on June 13th.

13 is available for pre-order on a variety of formats via Blacksabbath.com.

Options include:

– Standard CD album
– Deluxe double CD album in a deluxe soft-pack (includes a second disc of exclusive bonus audio material)
– Vinyl: a 12” heavyweight (180g) vinyl album in a gatefold sleeve
– Super Deluxe Box Set: a Limited edition 12” clamshell box set which contains: Deluxe double CD album, 12” heavyweight (180g) vinyl album in a gatefold sleeve, Exclusive DVD containing Black Sabbath–The Re-union documentary, plus 5 behind-the-scenes videos, Download card containing exclusive track by track interview with Black Sabbath, 13 exclusive photographic prints and hand written album lyrics.

In addition, anyone who pre-orders any of these formats via Blacksabbath.com will be entered into a drawing to win a pair of VIP tickets to an official 13 album launch event in London, including a meet and greet with the band, flights and accommodation Additional details and full terms and conditions on the contest can be found at Blacksabbath.com.

Current Black Sabbath dates are below:

April
20 – Vector Arena – Auckland, New Zealand
22 – Vector Arena – Auckland, New Zealand
25 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Brisbane, Australia
27 – Allphones Arena – Sydney, Australia
29 – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, Australia

May
1 – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, Australia
4 – Perth Arena – Perth, Australia
7 – Entertainment Centre – Adelaide, Australia
12 – Ozzfest at Makuhari Messe – Chiba-shi, Chiba, Japan

August
14 – Air Canada Center – Toronto, ON

November
20 – Hartwall Arena – Helsinki, Finland
22 – Friends Arena – Stockholm, Sweden
24 – Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway
26 – Forum – Denmark, Copenhagen
28 – Ziggo Dome – Holland, Amsterdam
30 – Westfalenhalle – Dortmund, Germany

December
2 – Bercy – Paris, France
5 – Fiera Arena – Milan, Italy
7 – 02 Arena – Prague, Czech Republic
10 – 02 Arena – London, UK
12 – Odyssey Arena – Belfast, Ireland
14 – Arena – Sheffield, UK
16 – Hydro – Glasgow, UK
18 – Arena – Manchester, UK
20 – LG Arena – Birmingham, UK

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