Webmaster Robert Dwyer of the BLACK SABBATH fan site Sabbathlive.com has uploaded a bunch of photos and a couple of video clips from SABBATH's appearance at the Fields of Rock festival in Nijmegen, Holland on Saturday, June 18.Commented Dwyer: "My good friend Armijn Hemel promptly sent me his review of SABBATH's Holland appearance last night. In addition to his snapshots, he also took a few AVI samples with his digital camera for us to enjoy. Unfortunately, the camera's microphone couldn't deal with the high volume of the P.A., so most of the samples he sent were too distorted to use. However, I was able to salvage an interesting audio sample of Ozzy's introductions and that 'Sleeping Village' intro everyone's been talking about. For the record, 'Sleeping Village' hasn't been performed live since about 1970." You can check out the review, photos and multimedia clips here. BLACK SABBATH have been confirmed as the headliners of this year's Ozzfest beginning on July 15 in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
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