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Geoff Nicholls, Black Sabbath Keyboardist, Dies at 68

Nicholls joined Black Sabbath following the firing of Ozzy Osbourne in 1979.

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler Lists Beverly Hills Estate for $3.2M

The two-story contemporary Mediterranean has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

‘From Dawn Till Dusk’ Maze Coming to Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights

The Robert Rodriguez vampire series will be a part of the Universal theme parks' annual event, alongside third-timer "The Walking Dead."

German Echo Music Awards: Avicii, Eminem, Depeche Mode Big Winners

Brit newcomer Birdy, popstar Robbie Williams and violinist and YouTube phenomenon Lindsey Stirling also take home trophies at Germany's version of the Grammys.

Former Metallica Bassist Jason Newsted: ‘The Hollywood Vibe Is the Opposite of What I Am’

Fronting his own band for the first time, the veteran rocker looks back on some trying times and how a love of painting put him on a new path. Basquiat, Jean Dubuffet and Picasso "are my Black…

Black Sabbath Announces New Album, First With Ozzy Since 1978

Rick Rubin produced "13," which will be released on Vertigo, the band's original label.

Ozzy Osbourne International Airport? Rocker’s Hometown Government ‘Intrigued’ by the Idea

Jim Simpson, who discovered Black Sabbath, is campaigning for Birmingham, England to recognize the legendary musician.

Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward Pulls Out of Reunion Gigs

In a lengthy letter to fans, the musician cites contract terms as the reason behind his decision.

Lollapalooza 2012 Lineup Announced, Featuring Black Sabbath Reunion

The legendary metal band will headline the annual rock festival this summer in Chicago.

Black Sabbath Reunion Hits Speed Bump: Drummer Threatens to Quit

Bill Ward has posted a lengthy public statement on his website, blaming "unsignable" contracts and a lack of respect for the delay.

Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi Has Lymphoma

Plans for the band's first album in 33 years will continue to move forward.