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Black Sabbath Tickets: Black Sabbath Tickets in Toronto at Air Canada Centre Gorge Amphitheatre, PNC Bank Arts Center, and Los Angeles Sports Arena Onsale 4/20

April 20, 2013

Cheap Concert Tickets announces they will be selling tickets for the upcoming 2013 Black Sabbath reunion tour. The Black Sabbath tour will stop at the Los Angeles Sports Arena in Los Angeles CA, Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy (Seattle area), Air Canada Centre in Toronto and the PNC Bank Arts Centre in Holmdel NJ.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 20, 2013

Rock and Roll fans of Black Sabbath will have an opportunity to see the iconic band performing again. The band, has been touring since 2012 in their reunion tour series. This means that Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Bill Ward and Geezer Butler will be performing again on one stage. The tour started last year in 19th of May and has been touring Europe, Asia, Australia and North America. Currently, the tour is Australia with eight shows. They will also perform on April 20 in New Zealand. The current leg of the tour will end in Adelaide, Australia on 7th of May. After Australia they proceed to Japan where they are slated to in Tokyo at the Ozzfest on the 12th of May.

North American fans will enjoy Black Sabbath as they put up four concert dates in the North America — one in Canada and three in the United States. The concert series is scheduled during summer. The show will run from August to September. The North American tour will kick off in Holmdel, New Jersey on the 4th of August, followed by the Toronto concert on the 14th of August, Seattle, Washington on the 24th of August and will end in Los Angeles on the 3rd of September. After the North American tour, the band will have the second part on their European leg of the tour. This concert series is part of the promotions for the upcoming studio album entitled “13” scheduled to be released on the 11th of June.

The band hails from Birmingham and was formed in 1969. Originally, the band was composed of Osbourne (vocals), Ward (drummer), Iommi (guitarist) and Butler (bassist), but there have been several changes in the lineup due to various reasons. Of all the band members, it is only Iommi that never left the band. The band primarily played rock since their inception; however, they began as a heavy blues rock under the band name “Earth” in 1968, and then they integrated music themes including the occult, tuned down guitars and inspired by the horror genre. Some of the songs created by the band are mostly geared towards messages about political corruption, social instability, dangers of drug abuse and the apocalyptic oracles/prophecy of the consequences of wars. Osbourne was dismissed as the vocalist in 1979 due to drug problems and was replaced by Ronnie James Dio. After the departure from the band, Osbourne started his own successful solo music career.

Since then, changes in the members have also occurred. In 1997, the original band members reunited to record their 4th live album entitled Reunion and was a certified Platinum label in both the US and UK. The band (with the original lineup) is releasing an album called “13” this coming June 2013 and the first single (called God is Dead?) from this album has been recently released.

The band is considered the first in heavy metal and according to MTV, the band is the greatest metal band of all time. VH1 hailed the band as the second on their list of “100 Greatest Artist of Hard Rock” next to Led Zeppelin. For the Rolling Stone magazine list, the band is one of the greatest artists of all time. All in all, the band has sold 70 million copies of records all over the world.

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