We’ve been following the Black Sabbath reunion since it was announced back on November 11, 2011 (11-11-11).
It was almost a year ago now that the original line-up of Black Sabbath announced they were back and were going to record their first album of new material in over thirty years.
We all loved playing with lightsabers, so don't pretend you didn't, just thankfully no one caught us on tape like the Star Wars kid.
It was on 11-11-11 that the news finally became official, although considering the members of Black Sabbath were getting together to make an announcement, it didn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
The never-ending debate about the alleged link between violence and video games has hit the news yet again.
When Phil Lynott, the legendary frontman of Thin Lizzy, passed away on January 4, 1986, it was a rock n' roll tragedy similar to when we lost Randy Rhoads in the sense that he never lived to see Lizzy get their due.