BLACK SABBATH: Audio Of OZZY, TONY's 'Rockline' Appearance Posted Online

BLACK SABBATH fan site Black Sabbath Live Project is currently hosting MP3 audio files of Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi's March 31 appearance on the on the nationally syndicated radio show "Rockline". As previously reported, Ozzy and Tony appeared on this long running U.S. radio call-in program to discuss the upcoming release of the BLACK SABBATH box set, "Black Box: The Complete Original Black Sabbath (1970-1978)", to address reunion rumors and to answer caller questions. The program was recorded at "Rockline"'s new location in Los Angeles with Bob Coburn. Download the files at this location.

In related news, is reporting that SUPERJOINT RITUAL frontman Philip Anselmo announced from the stage at Friday night's SUPERJOINT show in Springfield, MO that BLACK SABBATH will in fact be playing this year's Ozzfest, but not to worry as "we'll [SUPERJOINT RITUAL] be the only band this year bringing you true heavy fucking metal." An official confirmation of SABBATH's participation at this year's festival has yet to be made.


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