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Post-Ozzfest tour derailed

Posted Jul 09, 2001 12:00 AM

Rate / Comment Print Share Black Sabbath have scrapped their post-Ozzfest tour with fellow Ozzfesters Disturbed. After the completion of Ozzfest on August 12th in Holmdel, New Jersey, Black Sabbath had planned to hit the road with Disturbed for a few East Coast dates beginning in the middle of August. But Ozzy was ordered back to the studio by Epic Records to complete work on his next solo album.

Already slated for an October 16th release, the as-yet-untitled effort will be his first since 1995's Ozzmosis. After Ozzfest, Ozzy will head back to Los Angeles, where he will work on the album with guitarist and longtime collaborator Zakk Wylde, former former-Suicidal Tendencies/ Infectious Grooves bassist Robert Trujillo, and ex-Faith No More drummer Mike Bordin. Tim Palmer, who has worked with Robert Plant and U2, will produce the effort.

(July 9, 2001)


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