Sabbath New Single details
2013-04-11 by Scott M. Baldwin | 27 Comments

Well, it's not like they were trying to be cool, right? That's the question that one asks upon hearing Black Sabbath's plans for their new single.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the British metal legends (used very loosely in this context) have announced that they plan to release their new single, "The End is the Beginning" in the season finale of the Las Vegas-set action show, CSI. The band themselves will briefly appear in the episode, at a concert attended by a few of the characters, performing the song in question. Yeah, I hear you asking the same question- "people still watch CSI?"

Whether it was the band's decision or Sharon Osbourne's, this certainly seems like the dumbest way to debut a single from your newest album. Sabbath's latest studio album, 13, will hit stores in June.

Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/earshot/black-sabbath-perform-debut-new-436918

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botb
April 11th 2013

9628 Comments


ehhh, while i agree with you you don't want news articles to be slanted a certain way

tommygun
April 11th 2013

24178 Comments


what the fuck

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manosg
April 11th 2013

5876 Comments


I agree in principle with what you're writing but I thought that news articles had to be non-biased.

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ViralOblivion
April 11th 2013

7679 Comments


dont talk to us through the article

Surtur
April 11th 2013

518 Comments


They're metal legends no matter what context. Odd way to release a single though...

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tommygun
April 11th 2013

24178 Comments


agreed stop bitching about the article

StallionMang
April 11th 2013

5383 Comments


Interesting, yet stupid.

hogan900
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2013

1575 Comments


"People still watch CSI?" Exactly my thoughts.

ViperAces
April 11th 2013

12389 Comments


i like articles like this one. these are pretty odd news btw.

MO
April 11th 2013

18441 Comments


""People still watch CSI?" Exactly my thoughts."

it's actually not half bad now that lawerence fishburne is gone and sam malone and elizabeth shue are in

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hogan900
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2013

1575 Comments


MetallicOpeth, I lost interest after the few spin offs came along. And thank god fishburne is gone.

Upsidedown_and_Sideways
April 11th 2013

258 Comments


It seems like a bad idea to us - but for Sabbath fans who've been around since the bands inception, who don't go to the internet to find new music, being on a show like CSI is a pretty good vehicle to let fans know they're still mostly alive and kicking.



bbdmittenz
April 11th 2013

218 Comments


Cool news, article. eh.

TheSmashBro
April 11th 2013

257 Comments


I could care less about CSI or the fact that Sabbath's gonna debut their song on it. I'll just wait until the song's online or something. Still have high hopes for 13.

Kris.
April 11th 2013

12233 Comments


I could care less




oh


you're one of those people

TheSmashBro
April 11th 2013

257 Comments


. . .Apparently? I just want the music. I don't care about CSI.

Kris.
April 11th 2013

12233 Comments


yup

that's exactly what i was talking about!

TheSmashBro
April 11th 2013

257 Comments


Well....Sorry to hear that. If they took Alice Cooper and put him on friggin' Law and Order I still wouldn't care.

SadAndHolyGlow
April 11th 2013

1510 Comments


Ah, it doesn't matter. Just hope the song is good.

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NonApplicable
April 11th 2013

1945 Comments


I don't care if people think articles with writer commentary is cool. Article rules are to be non
biased.

If the whole article is a joke then I don't mind.

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tommygun
April 11th 2013

24178 Comments


well it got approved so

DatsNotDaMetulz
April 11th 2013

1745 Comments


*couldn't care less

bloc
April 11th 2013

34735 Comments


I do want to hear the song, but the hell kind of game plan is this?

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TheNotrap
April 11th 2013

8029 Comments


"Whether it was the band's decision or Sharon Osbourne's..."
Sharon, leave the dudes alone.

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DatsNotDaMetulz
April 18th 2013

1745 Comments


FWIW God Is Dead got leaked by iHeartRadio.

MortalKombat
April 18th 2013

138 Comments


While the new single isn't mind blowing and it's hard to hear everything in the production since it's a stream. I dig this new song. Tony Iommi is definitely one of the all time greatest guitarists. He can still write great riffs while having cancer

NapalmCrusader
April 18th 2013

1737 Comments


Song is not at the same level of the 70´s shit. But is pretty decent and Iommi makes a great wotk here, still it has an unnecesary length



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