Black Sabbath San Antonio Tickets
“The End” is finally here for the heavy metal kings Black Sabbath. Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler announced their farewell tour earlier this year and the US trek will start in November. The Grammy winning band will play their last American concert on November 12 at the AT&T Center. It goes without saying that the Black Sabbath San Antonio tickets are selling like hot cakes and the band can expect their last hurrah to be a jam-packed one. The greatest metal band of all time will take the last bow in their hometown Birmingham, “closing the final chapter in the final volume of the incredible Black Sabbath story.”
Black Sabbath San Antonio Tickets Not To Be Missed For Their Last US Concert Ever
Yes, The End is here for Black Sabbath. After five decades of power-packed music, the band is all set to take its final bow this November and the entire music fraternity is getting nostalgic. Here’s a roundup on one of the most influential heavy metal bands in the world.
- Black Sabbath featuring the core lineup Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler, are credited for inventing the heavy metal genre. Called the ‘godfathers of heavy metal’, the English band and their sound of darkness took the music lovers by storm. Their fan base is spread over generations.
- It’s quite rare for a band as old in the business as the Black Sabbath to have all of their founding members still working together. They pumped out their last album in 2013 titled “13” and it simply rocked.
- Black Sabbath introduced to the world a phenomenal singer, Ozzy Osbourne. Nicknamed ‘Prince of Darkness,’ he’s considered an icon of the style which features Wicked's lyrics and aging warlock scary sounds.
- Black Sabbath introduced the ‘sign of the horns,’ the famous heavy metal hand gesture. Not just the heavy metal but even rock fans started using it to show that something was awesome and rocked.
- The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers infused various styles in their music, blending everything from rock to jazz to classical.