Ozzy and Iommi Settle Over Black Sabbath

Ozzy Osbourne says that he has settled his lawsuit against Tony Iommi over the use of the Black Sabbath brand and that everything is now okay between the former bandmates according to Blabbermouth.

When asked if there was once again a chance for the original Black Sabbath lineup to get together again Ozzy responded, "Well, I never say never," he said. "I mean, I've got a few ideas, but we'll see what happens, you know. We did try and do another album, but we've all changed so much and it's � if you don't do an album that blows the doors off the last one that we did together, then it's gonna be looked upon as a joke, you know."

Blabbermouth reports that Ozzy filed a lawsuit against Iommi in May 2009, claiming that Iommi illegally took sole ownership of the band's name in a filing with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Osbourne sued Iommi for a 50 percent interest in the "Black Sabbath" trademark, along with a portion of Iommi's profits from use of the name. - more on this story

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