Black Sabbath Montreal Tickets
In the career span of over four decades, heavy metal group Black Sabbath has released nineteen albums and is currently on tour to support its most recent release, “13”. Ever since the band’s formation, Black Sabbath has sold over seventy five million albums all across the world and is still considered a heavy underground group. Ranked as the "Greatest Metal Band" of all time by MTV and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Black Sabbath has become one of the major heavy metal groups in the industry and has sold countless concerts as well. To be a part of the upcoming concert, purchase your Black Sabbath Montreal tickets now.
The long-awaited arrival of the terrific Black Sabbath will eventually see its way to many North American cities. The heavy metal band is on tour promoting its latest album “13” that the group will take to stage at Bell Centre in Montreal on April 7, 2014. Bell Centre has been home to all sorts of music shows and mainly for the artists with the same genre. The Black Sabbath has also graced the stage of the venue before. Experience a night of horrifying and dark music with your Black Sabbath Montreal tickets.
Founded in 1968 in England by musicians Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne, and Bill Ward, Black Sabbath arguably became the greatest heavy metal group of all time. The ensemble has composed singles dealing with political corruption, social instability, war and substance abuse. The group has released many influential albums including “Black Sabbath”, “Paranoid” and “Master of Reality”. After a long break from the music scene, Black Sabbath made its come back with a chart-topping release, “13”.
Credited with producing heavy metal, the first two records of Black Sabbath marked an example of immense success the rock genre. With their extreme volume, riff-based tracks, demonic and dark subject matter, the band personified heavy-metal visual’s key features. Black Sabbath is an acclaimed band and a major concert draw. Don’t miss to attend the concert and buy your tickets now.