Black Sabbath Winnipeg Tickets
The rock legend that emerged on the music scene in the late 60s and laid down the foundation of the heavy metal genre is back on the road. In support of their latest album “13,” the Reunion Tour which started in 2012 to celebrate the reunion of the original band members is currently going on. As the band reaches North America for their live concert at the MTS Center in Winnipeg for their first ever concert there, get hold of the Black Sabbath Winnipeg tickets in advance to make sure that you do not miss out on catching them perform the best of their latest album. “13” is the band’s first studio album released after a long recording hiatus of thirty five years.
Formed in Birmingham in 1968 as a blues rock quartet named Earth, Black Sabbath is a rock band that is generally cited as the pioneer of heavy metal. Famous for their wildly successful shows all over the world featuring their distinctive hard rock sound and dark themes, the band is an inspiration for other heavy metal bands and artists such as Iron Maiden and Nirvana. Originally, the band consisted of Geezer Butler, Bill Ward and Tony Iommi. Fans can now watch the original line up of band live at their first ever concert in Winnipeg as a part of their Reunion Tour 2014 by getting Black Sabbath Winnipeg tickets.
In its early years, Black Sabbath helped define what we now know as heavy metal with its first three studio releases such as “Black Sabbath,” “Paranoid” and “Master of Reality.” Selling more than seventy million albums worldwide out of which fifteen million are just in the United States, the band is one of the most successful heavy metal bands. With its occult themes and dark imagery, they have brilliantly probed into issues like war, social instability, drug abuse and political corruption with signature tuned down guitars and horror-induced lyrics. Among the band’s most epic songs include “God is Dead?” and “Iron Man.”
Their latest album “13” which came out in June 2013 is the band’s nineteenth studio album released on Vertigo records. The album features the return of the band’s original singer Osbourne who last appeared in 1998.