The reunited Black Sabbath (well, almost) performed at Lollapalooza on Aug. 3 in Chicago, and now a number of fan-filmed videos (branded by Jason Jude) have gone online at YouTube to mark the occasion.

2012 was supposed to be the year that Sabbath fans got their wish for a full-scale reunion album and tour featuring the four original members, but drummer Bill Ward has so far decided to sit this one out, citing what he feels is an unfair contract offer. At Lollapalooza Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler and Tony Iommi performed with Ozzy's drummer Tommy Clufetos filling in for the absent Ward, tearing through a set that included Sabbath classics like 'War Pigs,' 'Iron Man,' 'Children of the Grave' and 'Paranoid.' Ultimate Classic Rock was present on that momentous evening. Read our coverage here.

This is likely to be the group's only stateside performance this year, as Iommi is still recovering from treatment for cancer. Black Sabbath are still scheduled to work on a new album. Check out half of the performances from the show below. Click on the button at the bottom of the story to see the remaining clips on our companion site, Loudwire.

Watch Black Sabbath's 'Electric Funeral' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Sweet Leaf' from Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Symptom of the Universe' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's Tommy Clufetos Drum Solo from Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Iron Man' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Fairies Wear Boots' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Dirty Women' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Children of the Grave' From Lollapalooza 2012
Watch Black Sabbath's 'Paranoid' From Lollapalooza 2012
Black Sabbath’s Aug. 3 Lollapalooza Set in Chicago:

‘Black Sabbath’
‘The Wizard’
‘Beyond the Wall of Sleep’
‘N.I.B’
‘Into the Void’
‘Under the Sun’
‘Snow Blind’
‘War Pigs
‘Electric Funeral’
‘Sweet Leaf’
‘Symptom of the Universe/Drum Solo’
‘Iron Man’
‘Faries Wear Boots’
‘Dirty Women’
‘Children of the Grave’

Encore

‘Paranoid’