The Story of How Tony Iommi Barely Kept Black Sabbath Alive With ‘Seventh Star’
In January 1986, one of heavy metal's greatest architects, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, unveiled what had been meant to be his first solo album, Seventh Star.
Tony Iommi Still Wants to Make More Black Sabbath Music
Tony Iommi isn't the reason there won't be another Black Sabbath album.
Tony Iommi Says Black Sabbath Haven’t Spoken to Bill Ward About Returning
Tony Iommi hasn't closed the door on one last reunion with original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward, but he doesn't sound optimistic.
15 Years Ago: Tony Iommi Finally Goes Solo With ‘Iommi’
Tony Iommi released his first-ever solo album on Oct. 17, 2000.
Tony Iommi, Warren Haynes + More to Be Part of 2016 Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp
Some big names have signed up to help regular people live out their rock and roll dreams.
Tony Iommi on Touring: ‘My Body Won’t Take It Much More’
Black Sabbath's guitarist comes clean on why this next tour will be their last.
Tony Iommi Thinks Inside the Box to Raise Cancer Awareness
Tony Iommi made a special appearance this morning inside an enclosed glass chamber to raise awareness about the plight of lonely cancer patients.
Tony Iommi Relives His Horrific Injury in New Animated Interview Video
Black Sabbath mastermind Tony Iommi looks back on the accident that cost him two fingertips — and inadvertently helped birth heavy metal — in a new interview with VH1.