Iommi Wants To Record New Songs With Former Black Sabbath Singer

03/07/2016
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(Classic Rock) Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed his desire to record with former frontman Tony Martin. He sang with the band for two stints between 1987 and 1997, appearing on their albums The Eternal Idol, Headless Cross, Tyr, Cross Purposes, Cross Purposes Live and Forbidden.

His time with Sabbath ended after they settled their differences with Ozzy Osbourne. Now Iommi hopes to line up Martin to add new music to the re-release versions of Headless Cross and Tyr.

Iommi tells The Music: "We've held back on the reissues because of the current Sabbath thing with Ozzy, but they will certainly be happening. I'd like to do a couple of new tracks for those with Tony. I'll also be looking at working on Cross Purposes and Forbidden." Read more here.

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