Black Sabbath co-founder and also one of the founders of his side band named ‘Heaven & Hell,’ Tony Iommi, has made a new interview with Loudwire and revealed if he’s working for a new album with Rob ‘The Metal God’ Halford.
As you may already know, Heaven & Hell is an inactive heavy metal band that was founded by Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, as well as the ninth studio album of Black Sabbath which was released in 1980. The band was active for four years between 2006 and 2010 and after Ronnie James Dio passed away due to stomach cancer in 2010, the band has been disbanded.
However, the drummer Vinny Appice once revealed that Heaven & Hell is working on a new album that will feature Rob Halford on vocals. In his latest interview, Tony Iommi admitted that they’re working on something new for a while but the album is not happening right now.
Here is what Tony Iommi said about their collaboration:
“Rob must have mentioned it to Vinny at one particular time. It won’t happen now, but I’m writing stuff. What I’m going to use I don’t know yet — there’s no rush to do anything at the moment.
I want to do an album of some sort, whether its riffs or having a singer on it or for movies or whatever. I’m open for most things at the moment.”
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