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Home of Metal x Jazz SabbathWritten by lisa meyer on 13th May 2022


Home of Metal are thrilled to be partnering with Jazz Sabbath, who will embark on a EU/UK tour; closing the tour with an extra special show at the Crescent Theatre in Birmingham on Nov 26th.Jazz Sabbath explore the boundaries between jazz and the songs that defined heavy metal with their .
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Home of Metal x Pips Hot SauceWritten by lisa meyer on 26th November 2021


We are so excited to launch this new collaboration today – ‘Black Mass’ sauce.  Birmingham bastions, Pips Hot Sauce and Home of Metal have come together to concoct an almighty new condiment 

This is hot sauce as you’ve never tasted before; forged with black garlic, the finest chillies and roasted onions for .
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New Home of Metal – T/ToteWritten by lisa meyer on 27th October 2021


To launch the re-design of our Home of Metal website, we’ve commissioned Black Lodge Press, to forge a brand-new T-shirt and tote design for our shop. Available in two colours; silver & white – these T’s and tote will only be on pre-order until Thursday 28 October – so get them while you can!

By buying our merch you are supporting our ongoing work, celebrating the Home of Metal, have a read about what we have achieved to date and our future plans and dreams!

Black Lodge Press is an ongoing print and micropublishing project by CJ Reay. Coming from a background of zines, diy punk and radical politics, CJ creates images and graphics using a combination of bold text, found images and abstract textures.

Queer Stories from The Home of Metal – with Andrew O’NeillWritten by lisa meyer on 6th October 2021


Join Andrew O’Neill and a diverse group of LGBTQ+ heavy metal fans as they recount some of the best queer stories from the Home of Metal on Sunday 14th Nov at Subside Bar in Digbeth. Tickets from HERE

Heavy metal, spawned in the West Midlands half .
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QUEER STORIES FROM THE HOME OF METALWritten by lisa meyer on 24th May 2021


WE NEED YOU!

To take part please PLEASE FILL IN THIS FORM deadline 6 June 2021

We are looking for amazing individuals –  Metal fans from the LGBTQ+ community, to contribute to a new project ‘Queer Stories of Metal’ with us.

If you are a fan, identify as .
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A Love That Never DiesWritten by lisa meyer on 23rd September 2019


Over the years Home
of Metal has met some
incredible Black Sabbath fans who have dedicated huge amounts of
time and money to their fandom; some have collected hundreds of t-shirts, rare
records or travelled thousands of miles to attend every show on a tour. All
very impressive! This blog .
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Black Sabbath playlistWritten by lisa meyer on 19th August 2019


We’ve created a Black Sabbath playlist for your listening pleasure to get you in the mood before visiting the exhibition at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. The exhibition is on until the 29 Sept so don’t delay in getting your tickets. https://homeofmetal.com/tickets/

Exclusive Gold Ticket EventWritten by lisa meyer on 7th June 2019


Gold Ticket Event – Black Sabbath 50 Years ExhibitionWednesday 26th June at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery7.00pm – 9.30pmJust 100 tickets available

An exclusive evening with Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler in conversation with Phil Alexander talking specifically about the exhibition and their loans. This blockbuster .
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Job alert – Home of Metal Exhibition Pop-up Shop CoordinatorWritten by lisa meyer on 18th May 2019


Home of Metal Exhibition Pop-up Shop Coordinator 2 x Freelance Roles / 3 – 4 days per week

Fee: £90 per day
Location of post: Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery Deadline for applications: 5pm, Friday 31 May, 2019 Interview date: Friday 7 June, 2019
Start date: week commencing 24 June, 2019

Tickets on sale for Black Sabbath 50 Years – April 18Written by lisa meyer on 17th April 2019


Tickets go on general release on the 18 April for this year’s blockbuster Heavy Metal exhibition: Home of Metal: Black Sabbath – 50 Years, opening 26 June through to 29 September at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

From the humble beginnings of 1960s Aston, Birmingham, .
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