By: AnnMarie Scaramuzzino
Black Sabbath’s latest album 13 isn’t due out for nearly two more months, but that doesn’t mean fans have to wait that long to get a taste of the band’s new music.
The group took to YouTube on Thursday (April 18) to post the LP’s lead track, “God Is Dead?” perhaps in anticipation of their upcoming world tour, which kicks off on Saturday (April 20) in Auckland, New Zealand.
As many Sabbath fans already know, 13, produced by Rick Rubin, marks the band’s first album with frontman Ozzy Osbourne at the helm since 1978’s Never Say Die. Original members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler also appear on the record, with Rage Against the Machine drummer Brad Wilk taking the place of Bill Ward, who dropped out of all reunion projects following a contractual dispute.
Check out “God is Dead?” below and head to the Black Sabbath official website for more updates on the band!