Black Sabbath is one of the most famous (or infamous!) names in rock history, and a host of legendary musicians have appeared in the ranks of the multi-platinum selling band. The first cracks appeared with the departure of Ozzy, and this film explores how the revolving door policy undoubtedly affected the creation and performance of the music. For the first time ever, the key members of the Sabbath saga reveal just how the changes affected the music. This unique film draws on rare archive footage of Black Sabbath on stage, alongside the candid reflections of Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ronnie James Dio, Neil Murray, Bobby Rondinelli and Glenn Hughes, stripping away the rumours and half truths to produce the ultimate critical review of Black Sabbath drawn exclusively from the band’s own words to the media, then and now.
THE BOOK Accompanying this unique film is the 96 page book ‘Black Sabbath and the Press’ featuring a comprehensive review of the relationship between the band and its critics.
This totally independent film and book review was made with complete editorial freedom. The recollections expressed have not been censored or reviewed by the interviewees, making this the ultimate hard hitting independent review on film and in print of the career of Black Sabbath from the inside, in the words of those who really matter; the musicians themselves. Black Sabbath- In Their Own Words.
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