Queen guitarist and animal rights activist Brian May is applauding the efforts of Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler in his fight to stop the production and distribution of foie gras, which is made from the liver of a duck or goose that has been specially fattened.
Few bands would turn down having Tony Iommi backing them up, and soon more bands will get the chance. The Black Sabbath guitarist has a treasure trove of riffs laying around, unused, in his studio. Queen's Brian May has inspired Iommi to put them to good use.
After 35 years, countless comings and goings, multiple health scares, and at least one aborted reunion attempt, (most of) the classic Black Sabbath lineup is finally back together and ready for the world to hear some new music.
It's been 35 years since the original Black Sabbath lineup (or at least 75% of it) has recorded together and bassist Geezer Butler says there is a familiar feel, yet one thing is definitely different: all the members are sober this time.
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