Bow down and join us as we worship at the altar for Black Sabbath and the bands that have followed in their fairy-booted footsteps
Bill Ward talks battling alcoholism, how The Beatles changed everything and why Black Sabbath meant the world to him
Heavy metal was still finding its feet in 1972, but that didn't stop the year producing some incredible albums that would shape the genre going forward
Dug Pinnick of King’s X on Master Of Reality, an often overlooked Black Sabbath album that is "very dark, very stark, yet also uplifting"
Black Sabbath legend Tony Iommi opens up on his desire to collaborate with Queen guitarist Brian May in exclusive Classic Rock interview
Exclusive Black Sabbath legend Bill Ward looks back on the birth of a true national treasure in the new issue of Metal Hammer
Record producer/engineer/mixer and Sabbat/Hell/Judas Priest guitarist Andy Sneap praises Black Sabbath's Mob Rules, the album where Tony Iommi "raised his game"
Meet Drepanoistodus Iommii, a newly-discovered fossil named after Black Sabbath’s guitarist Tony Iommi
It was meant to be as monumental as Woodstock, but 1972’s Erie Canal Soda Pop Festival went the other way: bands cancelling, out-of-control drug abuse, sanitation problems and death
The Black Sabbath legend and Gibson join forces to create heavy magic with the Tony Iommi SG Special
Black Sabbath’s Technical Ecstasy reissue will feature more than 90 minutes of unreleased outtakes, alternative mixes and live tracks
In an excerpt taken from his posthumous autobiography, here Ronnie James Dio shares his take on how 1981 album Mob Rules came to be
Geezer Butler's Manipulations Of The Mind collection is the most fascinating solo material from any of the original Sabbath members
Out now: Anger and frustration resulted in Black Sabbath's sixth album Sabotage - now on super deluxe form - being their heaviest
Black Sabbath mark the release of the super deluxe edition box set of Sabotage with an online escape room game