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The British rock band's vocalist Ozzy Osbourne says he doesn't want to make promises about a new album since fans waited so long between latest album '13' and its predecessor 'Forbidden'.
Ozzy Osbourne's band scores their first number 1 album on the chart after their latest album sells 155,000 copies.
The heavy metal band expands their initially four date short tour in support of their forthcoming album, '13'.
The heavy metal band will perform 'End of the Beginning' on the hit CBS crime drama series.
The legendary metal rockers reveal the cover art and an audio snippet of their forthcoming new album '13'.
Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler will precede their comeback album with live performances in New Zealand, Australia and Japan.
The legendary guitar player says that the Black Sabbath will tour in 2013 and thanks all their fans for their continued support amidst his battle with cancer.
Ozzy Osbourne leads his band for a rocking performance, while the third-finisher of 'American Idol' season 10 brings her family members on her Lollapalooza debut.
The Black Sabbath frontman merely has issues with his vocal that prevented him from taking the stage on Wednesday, June 20.
The Chicago-based music festival is also going to be made merry by such performers as Florence and the Machine, Jack White, The Black Keys, Avicii and many more.
At the last minute before the official lineup was announced, Ozzy Osbourne and his bandmates reportedly decided to scrap their headlining bill.
Plan to release their first album in 33 years commences as the other band members will move to London while he undergoes treatment.
Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward will release the new album in the fall of 2012, and will embark on a tour after playing at the Download Festival in the summer.
Budding filmmaker Jack Osbourne is set to make a horror movie inspired by and named after his father Ozzy's rock band Black Sabbath.
One scandal after another, the father of teen idol Miley Cyrus wished he could be more like parents to his kids than like their friends.