Monday, January 27, 2014

Black Sabbath want to make more new music

Following their Grammy Award win Sunday night in Los Angeles, Black Sabbath say they are interested in recording another album.

“We're going back on the road," Ozzy Osbourne told Rolling Stone of potential recording projects. "We haven't really spoken about it beyond that. I'm down for it."

"Absolutely," added guitarist Tony Iommi.

Sabbath recorded their latest effort, “13”, with producer Rick Rubin, who helped the band complete an album because "we were running out of time," said Ozzy.

"We didn't know what to expect," added bassist Geezer Butler about the “13” sessions. "It felt like the natural thing to do, rather than doing it for the sake of doing it. We just wanted to be together and play together again and write songs. We didn't want to go out on tour and do the same set as we've been doing for 30 years."

Black Sabbath were honoured with a Grammy Award in the "Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance" category for the "13" track “God Is Dead?” at Sunday’s event.

The band return to live action with a series of North American shows starting March 31 in New York.

See also:

Black Sabbath win Grammy Award
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Black Sabbath to appear at the Grammys
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