Black Sabbath Reunite, Plan First LP With Ozzy in 33 Years

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Black SabbathCharles Epting

11/11/11, also being called “Nigel Tufnel Day” in honor of the Spinal Tap guitarist’s special “goes to 11″ amp, will also be remembered as the day the original four members of Black SabbathOzzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward — announced they are reuniting with plans for a new album and tour in 2012.

The announcement was made as the four musicians (joined by producer Rick Rubin, who will work on the band’s new album) gathered at the site of their very first U.S. show, L.A.’s famed Whisky a Go-Go on the Sunset STrip. That gig was played 41 years ago to the day on 11/11/70, so that’s where the men convened at 11:11AM, along with emcee, musician and spoken-word artist Henry Rollins.

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Black Sabbath Reunite, Plan First LP With Ozzy in 33 Years

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