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Old 06.13.2013, 10:52 PM   #41
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Got the new one wednesday, listened it yesterday...well, it of course not rises to level of the classic albums but I really love it just because itīs so great to hear Ozzies voice & Iommis riffs & sounds together again! I donīt have nothing against Geezer`s sounds in the seventies, but bass sounds in this album are much more the favour of mine! The whole production doesnīt sound so clean, maybe itīs because I listened it from the vinyl. My favourites at the moment are: End of the beginning, Zeitgeist (yes, this really could have been Planet Caravan part 2, I think this is the greatest song in this album), Damaged Soul & Dear Father. There are lots of old elements in this album, but in the same time this sounds BS 2013. I think Rubin has been just the right producer. I think BS managed their "comeback album" much better than Stooges has done in their both after seventies albums.

I really like the cover, quite simple but very effective (I really like also the dark trees in the backside) & I am really glad they put original spiral vertigo logos to the labels!

BTW It was really big suprise that Bill Ward isnīt on the album, but after listening I donīt miss him, because Brad Wilk does as great job!

BTW2 there are storm sounds and bell in the end like there are in the beginning of their first album. Their last studio album?
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Old 06.14.2013, 06:29 AM   #42
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just heard the single. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVfUimq2KeI

surprisingly good. might even download the album later.
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Old 06.14.2013, 09:51 AM   #43
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Album release webcast, with a making-of-doc, full song recorded for the CSI tease, terrible music video, and Q&A. At the end they are asked if they might make another record, and they seem agreeable.
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Old 06.14.2013, 12:49 PM   #44
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The album is alright, although for the first is brilliant the rest is meh. I'm gonna have to give it a few listens. However-Brad Wilk must be the most boring drummer out there and Bill Ward is missed.
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Old 06.14.2013, 01:12 PM   #45
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The album is alright, although for the first is brilliant the rest is meh. I'm gonna have to give it a few listens. However-Brad Wilk must be the most boring drummer out there and Bill Ward is missed.

Bill Ward would ALWAYS be missed when it comes to drums. It be like not inviting Dave Grohl. Some drummers are just all-time greats, and Bill Ward is most definitely and one of them.

And that single isn't half bad, though it doesn't sound like much of an improvement from that 90s metal sound Tony had on his solo IOMMI album which was meh. In the 1970s Tony Iommi was one of the most creative and innovative guitar players imaginable, he was like what happened with Hendrix and Santana crashed into each other. Then the 80s happened and poor Tony has never been the same :/
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