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Four reasons to check out Black Sabbath on their final tour
- It is the beginning of The End as heavy metal greats bid goodbye
Active since 1968, the metal godfathers are now closing the final chapter of Black Sabbath. The veteran UK band has announced dates for its aptly named The End Tour, set to kick off in January, 2016. Frontman Ozzy Osbourne is joined by guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler for the upcoming final road trip.
- They have an unparalleled legacy
The band from Birmingham made a name in the heavy metal world when they were in their teens and went on to rule the genre for five decades. Their heavy guitar riffs and dark lyrics were loved by the fans and soon their fan following swelled. Black Sabbath has won two Grammys and also been inducted in the UK and US Rock and Roll Hall of Fames. Now is the opportunity to catch the kings of metal live in a concert.
- Each member is a legend in his own right
Tony Iommi, a prolific riff writer, was ranked 25th on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All-Time." Geezer Butler became one of the most influential heavy rock bassists. Ozzy Osbourne earned the monikers, the Godfather of Metal and the Prince of Darkness. And when the three came together, the result was groundbreaking music.
The trio is coming together for a final tour one last time and the demand for the tickets is sky rocketing. So make sure you get Black Sabbath Denver Co tickets in time.
- Expect more thrill and excitement on their final tour
The End Tour is billed as "the final tour from the greatest metal band of all time." The previous massive reunion tour was in support of the album 13. It was a huge success and went on from 2012 to 2014. The farewell tour boasts of the same line up as their last one. According to official Black Sabbath website, the tour "promises to surpass all previous tours with their most mesmerizing production ever." Fans have a reason to believe so. The pioneers of heavy metal have entertained them with classics like Paranoid and Never Say Die! Expectations are running high as fans wait in excitement for the final performances.