“It sounds great,” Ronnie said of the self-produced set which he co-wrote with Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler during sessions in Los Angeles and England. “It’s a real cross-section of everything we’ve done, from Heaven and Hell through Mob Rules and Dehumanizer. I think there’s a lot of Dehumanizer in it, but a lot of other things, too, a real good blend of what this band has represented.”
And it will be the greatest ‘Black Sabbath’ album of all time.
All hail his name. m/