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Published On: Wed, Sep 13th, 2017

Black Sabbath: Tony Iommi on final tour problem – ‘We LOST our comradeship’ EXCLUSIVE


After 50 years and 70 million albums sold, Black Sabbath performed their last show back where it all started in Birmingham.

Six months on and guitarist Tony has reflected on the band’s time together during The End world tour, which was captured for new rockumentary, Black Sabbath: The End of The End.

Speaking exclusively with Express.co.uk, the 69-year-old rocker was asked how he felt the final tour went.

He said: “I loved the whole tour. Really enjoyable. But one of the problems was we used to be altogether all the time.”

Tony said: “At school Ozzy and I didn’t really associate because he was a year younger than me. He was a pain to be honest and I probably was too.”

Black Sabbath: The End of The End will be shown in selected cinemas on September 28 and can be booked here.and can be booked .



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