Black Sabbath’s latest album 13, has been well-received by fans and critics alike, but that doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about how awesome it is to rock out to some old-school Sabbath on our record players!
Now, fans can enjoy both the old and the new, as Sabbath is set to reissue three of their most famous albums on vinyl later this year, HenneMusic reports.
Black Sabbath’s seventh studio album, Technical Ecstasy (1976), the compilation LP We Sold Our Souls for Rock and Roll (1976) and Ozzy’s last record with the band before 13, Never Say Die! (1978) are all getting the rerelease treatment, due out on July 30 via Rhino Records.
Meanwhile, Black Sabbath is set to kick off a series of North American tour dates on July 25 in Houston, TX. The band will then rock all the way through August, concluding on September 3 in Los Angeles, CA before picking up a second leg of overseas tour dates in October.
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