Black Sabbath

The End [2CD]

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Track Listing

    Track Title


  1. Black Sabbath 7:27
  2. Fairies Wear Boots 6:28
  3. Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes 7:04
  4. After Forever 6:26
  5. Into the Void 7:07
  6. Snowblind 6:39
  7. Band Introductions 1:32
  8. War Pigs 8:32
  9. Behind the Wall of Sleep 3:32
  10. Bassically/N.I.B. 6:38
  11. Hand of Doom
  12. Supernaut / Sabbath Bloody Sabbath / Megalomania
  13. Rat Salad / Drum Solo
  14. Iron Man
  15. Dirty Women
  16. Children of the Grave
  17. Paranoid
  18. Hand of Doom 7:06
  19. Supernaut/Sabbath Bloody Sabbath/Megalomania 3:28
  20. Rat Salad/Drum Solo 8:20
  21. Iron Man 7:53
  22. Dirty Women 8:22
  23. Children of the Grave 6:33
  24. Paranoid 4:48


Recorded in February 2017 in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal legends' industrial hometown of Birmingham, The End chronicles Black Sabbath's final live performance, the last evil deed after five decades of brutality and a yearlong sprint across the globe. The set itself yields little in the way of surprises, but that sonic efficiency is not without pathos, as omitting too many of the band's signature cuts would have been a disservice to fans -- this is an entity that's been more or less operational for half a century. "Paranoid," "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath," "War Pigs," "Iron Man," "N.I.B.," "Children of the Grave," "Fairies Wear Boots," and "Black Sabbath" are presented with little in the way of fanfare -- Osbourne's song banter is as stock as ever, and the songs are tuned down a bit -- but they hit hard, and with the kind of shrugged-off confidence that can only come from a band that's spent the last 365 days in their thrall. Osbourne's voice is surprisingly robust throughout, and Iommi and Butler cast undulating swells of might without relinquishing a bead of sweat -- Bill Ward opted out, but seasoned session drummer Tommy Clufetos proves more than up to the task, even going so far as to a deliver a classic '70s beer run/bathroom break drum solo. In addition to the standard concert CD/Blu-ray edition, The End is available in a Deluxe Collector's Edition that adds an intimate five-song live set ("The Wizard," "Wicked World," "Sweet Leaf," "Tomorrow's Dream," and "Changes") recorded at Angelic Studios, a 32-page book, a kickass metal-winged demon pin badge, a replica The End tour laminate, and three guitar picks. ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi

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