Black Sabbath Announce North American Tour Dates and Song Premiere (A Top Story)

On Tuesday Black Sabbath Announce North American Tour Dates and Song Premiere was a top story. Here is the recap: Black Sabbath have announced North American tour dates for this summer and the premiere of the first single from their reunion album, 13.

The band announce four dates for the North American trek which are spaced out between the first date in Holmdel, NJ on August 4th and the final date in Los Angeles on September 3rd.

They will also be playing Toronto on August 14th and Seattle on August 24th. No word if they plan to add additional dates but they may be following the recent trend of bands announcing tour dates a handful at a time.

The tour will be in support of their new studio album, 13, which will be released on June 11th. The first single from the album, "God Is Dead?," will be premiered on more than 40 Active Rock and Mainstream Rock radio stations operated by Clear Channel across North America this Thursday, April 18 at 3:00 PM (ET)/12 Noon (PT).

The song is set to be released as a digital single the following day, this Friday, April 19th. - more on this story

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