TONY IOMMI Interviewed On 'The Mancow Experience' (Audio)
Legendary BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi was interviewed on this past Tuesday's (November 1) edition of "The Mancow Experience", the syndicated daily talk program hoted by Erich "Mancow" Muller. You can now listen to the chat at this location.
All four original BLACK SABBATH members will reunite for a press conference on November 11 at the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, California the same venue where the band made its Los Angeles debut on November 11, 1970 (41 years ago), opening for ALICE COOPER at exactly 11:11 a.m. They are widely expected to announce that they have begun writing material for a new album in addition to preparing to play their first live shows since the summer of 2005.
Iommi told U.K.'s Terrorizer magazine that the four original members of BLACK SABBATH recently got together in a rehearsal room for the first time in years, adding, "[We] played some of the old stuff and to be together again was great. We're all on good terms and we're at a stage where we can play together again. It would be good if we could and I suppose it's the closest it's been to be able to do that. It could happen!"
SABBATH did try to record a new album 12 years ago, the original lineup's first since 1978, but abandoned the attempt after just a couple of songs.
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