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Black Sabbath Add European Leg To Farewell Tour

10/01/2015
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(Classic Rock) Black Sabbath have announced a run of European dates for next summer. The shows are part of their final tour and they previously revealed their 2016 plans for North America, Australia and New Zealand.

The latest leg starts in Budapest, Hungary, on June 1 and travels across the continent into July. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler will also play at Moscow's Olympisky Arena on July 12.

As previously reported, Sabbath have been confirmed as Friday night headliners at next year's Graspop Metal Meeting on June 17. There's still no word if estranged drummer Bill Ward will be part of the band's plans after the public spat between him and Osbourne.

Sabbath are expected to record their final studio album next year. See the new dates here.

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