Tag Archives: Black Sabbath

Who Had the Best Six Album Run?

On the next episode of Sound Opinions this Friday, they’ll discuss who had the best four album runs, “the best grand slams in pop history.” In 2015, there are no shortage of bands who now have catalogs of ten, twenty, … Continue reading

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Psych Prog in the Hall Of Fame

When the nominees for the 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame were announced last week, voting was also opened to the public. While millions of people will vote for a top 5 ballot that will only count for one … Continue reading

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The Birth Of Metal

Was heavy metal invented by a single band? Was it dreamed up by a journalist? Was it born on a particular album, perhaps premature and deformed, denied by its parents and returned to live in an orphanage until it was … Continue reading

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Doom Goes Pop

God May Be Dead But DOOM Isn’t Doom metal has always been about as underground as you can get for a metal sub-genre. I fondly refer to it as the most long-suffering of my favorite genres, the Rodney Dangerfield of … Continue reading

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Sabbath at Lollapalooza: None More Black

I really don’t get how anyone could have chosen to see the Black Keys over Black Sabbath last night at Lollapalooza. Don’t get me wrong, Black Keys are good. I’ve enjoyed them the three times I’ve seen them over the … Continue reading

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