Black Sabbath have added a new date to their reunion tour of Australia which will feature Shihad as special guests.
Tour promoter Live Nation announced that the band will now be making a stop in Adelaide on May 7th.
The tour now includes six dates and will be kicking off on April 25th in Brisbane and will conclude with the Adelaide date.
The band will be visiting nearby New Zealand prior to the Australian tour and will be playing concerts in Auckland on April 20th and 22nd.
Black Sabbath are launching the tour ahead of the June release of their semi-reunion album, "13," their first studio album with Ozzy Osbourne since 1978's "Never Say Die!"
April 20 - Auckland, New Zealand - Vector Arena
April 22 - Auckland, New Zealand - Vector Arena
April 25 - Brisbane - Entertainment Centre
April 27 - Sydney - Allphones Arena
April 29 Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena
May 1 - Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena
May 4 - Perth - Perth Arena
May 7 - Adelaide - Entertainment Centre