Hide the women and children...and bats...or doves!
Ozzy and Black Sabbath will be back on the road this summer for their Sabbath Summer Sabbath North American Tour.
Despite guitarist Tony Iommi's battle with cancer, Sabbath will be touring to promote "13", their first album since reuniting with Ozzy.
Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler was interviewed at the NAMM show last month in Anaheim and said the album was currently being mixed and said that Sabbath's tour starts at the end of April in New Zealand, then they go to Australia, then Japan.
In June, Sabbath will be promoting the new album, then touirng the US in July and August, then South America and Europe in September, November and December.
In place of original Sabbath drummer Bill Ward, either Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk, who recorded the album with Sabbath, or Ozzy's solo band drummer Tommy Clufetos, will be on tour.