Why I Love Black Sabbath: Mark Titchner


 
Mark Titchner is a London based artist who was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2006, and, like the rest of us, he loves Black Sabbath. In 2011, Mark presented the solo exhibition ‘Be True To Your Oblivion’ at The New Art Gallery Walsall, as .
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“It’s an honour to be a part of the Home of Metal.  I am just a guy from Birmingham who’s been blessed to have had such dedicated fans throughout my career.  Like I’ve always said ‘I am nothing without them.” Ozzy Osbourne

“Fans are our lifeblood, .
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Why I Love Black Sabbath: King Buzzo


Photo: Steve Gerrard
As one of the most notable disciples of sludgy, Sabbath derived riffery, guitarist/vocalist Roger “King Buzzo” Osborne has inspired millions with his band The Melvins, as well as collaborating with artists like Mike Patton, Tool, and Napalm Death’s Shane Embury in Venomous Concept, .
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Tony Iommi writes new song for Birmingham Cathedral


Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has written a new piece of choral music for Birmingham Cathedral, the five minute ‘How Good It Is’, which Tony claims is “just a little bit different to Sabbath”.
Tony had become friends with Dean of Birmingham, the Very Reverend .
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Why I Love Black Sabbath: Memoriam


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Having played bass in bands like Benediction, Sacrilege, Cerebral Fix and now Memoriam alongside ex-Bolt Thrower vocalist Karl Willetts, Frank Healy is a bonafide Birmingham legend and a mainstay of it’s metal scene to this day, with Memoriam’s debut album due early next .
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The Home of Metal archive is growing larger every day, but we need your help to make it even better. Read on to find out how…
If you haven’t already checked out our archive, take a second to peruse it here. There’s a wealth of metal .
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Home of Metal awarded funding to develop a new 3 year programme


Fan Chris Hopkins with his Sabbath collection by Katja Ogrin
Arts Council England is investing £450,000 in Capsule’s international plans to celebrate the musical influence and fandom of the Birmingham-born band, Black Sabbath.
Capsule will receive £450,000 from the Arts Council’s Ambition for Excellence programme to take .
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Tony Iommi on The End Tour and his battle with cancer


In a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock [link], Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi delivered the fantastic news that his cancer has gone into remission, in addition to speaking about The End Tour.
“It’s very nostalgic,” he says, “because it really is that last tour. .
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