Black Sabbath Debut New Song ‘Methademic’ Live in Australia
Black Sabbath have just introduced the world to yet another new track, this one from the deluxe edition of the highly anticipated album ’13.’ On Monday, April 29, in Melbourne, Australia, the band played the new song ‘Methademic’ in front of a stadium crowd.
Black Sabbath’s ’13’ comes out on June 11 and is the first full-length disc featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler since ‘Never Say Die!’ was released in 1978. ’13’ is one of the most anticipated metal albums of 2013, with fans already reacting positively to new songs ‘End of the Beginning‘ and ‘God is Dead?‘
‘Methademic’ seems like a guitar-driven tune at its core, with vocalist Ozzy Osbourne taking over during the song’s verses and chorus. It’s a bit difficult dissecting ‘Methademic’ from this fan-filmed footage, but we can report that it definitely sounds like Black Sabbath. Tony Iommi’s guitar sounds huge while Ozzy’s voice is very high up in the mix, similar to the studio recording of ‘God is Dead?’ Sabbath’s new ’13’-based stage backdrop looks pretty awesome, too.
Check out the footage of Black Sabbath’s new track ‘Methademic’ from the band’s Melbourne stadium performance in the player below!
Black Sabbath, ‘Methademic’ (Live)
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