DETAILS FOR BLACK SABBATH’S “LIVE…GATHERED IN THEIR MASSES” REVEALED

blacksabdvd Black Sabbath’s triumphant 2013 tour–which began earlier this year in Australia–can now be seen by fans around the world via the forthcoming Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses (Vertigo/Republic). Preorders for “Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses” are available now at blacksabbath.com and amazon. Watch a teaser below.

Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses track listings:
BLU-RAY and DVD track listing is as follows:

1. War Pigs
2. Into The Void
3. Loner
4. Snowblind
5. Black Sabbath
6. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
7. N.I.B.
8. Methademic
9. Fairies Wear Boots
10.Symptom Of The Universe
11. Iron Man
12. End Of The Beginning
13. Children Of The Grave
14. God Is Dead?
15. Paranoid

CD track listing is as follows:

1. War Pigs
2. Loner
3. Black Sabbath
4. Methademic
5. N.I.B
6. Iron Man
7. End Of The Beginning
8. Fairies Wear Boots
9. God Is Dead?
10. Paranoid

Due out November 26th, Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses will be available via a variety of formats. Options include:

● DVD standalone
● Blu-ray standalone
● Blu-ray/CD combo pack with a CD featuring live audio from the show, all packaged in a Blu Ray case
● DVD/CD combo pack with a CD featuring live audio from the show, all packaged in an Amaray box
● Deluxe Box with a Blu-ray disc of live show with exclusive bonus visual extras/two DVD discs/a CD featuring live audio from the show/poster/signed set list/photo booklet/guitar picks/official show “ticket”

Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses was recorded April 29th and May 1st, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia when the band–Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar) and Geezer Butler (bass)–kicked off their world tour in support of their 13album, which entered the charts at #1 in 13 countries (including their first #1 in the U.S.). Meanwhile, Black Sabbath will head to South America and Mexico in October for a headlining stadium tour (where they’re expected to play to more than 300,000 fans) and then onto Europe in November and December.

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Comments

  1. SYMPTOM from SABOTAGE. Now we re taliking. Enough SABOTAGE on PAST LIVES to hold me over. Looks bonerific to me.

  2. OH LORD YEAH!!!!!

  3. james perkins says:

    Mandatory obviously, but the set list is WAY too predictable. How about some tracks off of Never Say Die (title cut would have been so poignant) &/or Technical Ecstasy….more deep cuts off of any album would have been relished. Most likely their last time through, more than a ‘by the numbers’ set would have been nice. Thank God they’re still here otherwise. Cheers to Bill! James Perkins-Houston, Tx.

    • Can t do IT S ALRIGHT off TECHNICAL ECSTACY ‘ cause that singer is unavailable. SOLITUTE off MASTERS is a good change of pace. SUPERTZAR should be a must. SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH is also shut out. Who cares, this will still be great. I ll get the blue ray. Good mix of new stuff and the classics.

    • I read a review of the “Speak of the Devil” tour (Ozzy band early 1980s) that mentioned Ozzy couldn’t hit the notes for “Never Say Day” back then. So probably doubtful he could do it now.

  4. just wait until the bill ward album comes out… what’s it called?? “disputable contract” or something like that?

  5. Ozzy can hit anything now, just like Elliot & Kiefer, 2013 technology can make anybody into Ozzy 1972 no matter how trashed out their vocals are. Joe Elliot uses so much Pro Tools he can hit those extended 1983 screams like a mother. Guaranteed punched in vocals on this project….Zeppelin did it for their movie and even refilmed parts of it a year later.

  6. Willie Rivera says:

    I am a die hard sabbath fan.such a fucking shame that bill ward wasn’t a part of the reunion and the 13 album

  7. They didn’t play Symptom in Toronto and that was the one track I would have died to hear live…next would have been Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Screw Iron Man and the popular crap…play the classic tracks. But, they have the part-time Sabbath fans to please as well.

    Stuart
    MSP Marketing

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