Heavy metal overlords Black Sabbath began the second chapter of their storied career in on April 17, 1980, in Aurich, Germany, when they hit the stage for their first show with Ozzy Osbourne’s replacement, Ronnie James Dio.
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Ozzy Osbourne has responded to Bill Ward's open letter to him in the exact same way the drummer blasted him earlier this week: on Facebook.
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Megadeth are turning to fans to help get their 15th album off the ground — and offering a slew of extras to those who contribute more than their share.
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The first full-length trailer for the Brian Wilson biopic Love & Mercy is now online.