According to vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, Sabbath will disband after one more album and touring cycle.
Former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward praises the playing of Metallica's Lars Ulrich.
If you didn't catch the 'Late Show With David Letterman' last night, you missed one of the most interesting performances in recent history.
According to singer Ozzy Osbourne, the band has begun to plot its end, as they plan on heading back into the studio in 2015 before embarking on one final tour.
You think you know Black Sabbath? Watch as we delve into some of the more obscure facts from their history.
Tony Iommi says that while a collaboration with Tom Jones was once suggested for a prank, he and Jones are open to the idea of working together.
Thanks to a career that now spans nearly five decades, an estimated 70 million albums sold around the world, and more timeless songs than you can shake a crucifix at, Black Sabbath have certainly earned their standing as the godfathers of heavy metal. But even one of rock’s most notorious and newswort
Black Sabbath have teamed with Converse for the third time, introducing a new Chuck Taylor All Star shoe line.
Black Sabbath played their final scheduled show of 2014, which was rumored to be their last ever gig, but Tony Iommi has vowed the band will tour again.
Whoops! Due to a crucial error by the promotional company, thousands of fans were able to buy heavily discounted tickets.