Black Sabbath Announce New Live DVD

artist: black sabbath date: 09/18/2013 category: entertainment
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Black Sabbath Announce New Live DVD
Black Sabbath have announced the release of the first DVD from their reunion tour.

As Classic Rock notes, "Gathered in their Masses" was filmed at the band’s April 29 and May 1, 2013 shows held in Melbourne, Australia. You can check out the trailer for the film, which is released on November 26th, below.

Sabbath’s reunion tour dates have had to accommodate guitarist Tony Iommi’s treatment for Lymphoma. As the guitarist explained back in spring, he has to have an antibody regularly administered in order to keep the cancer at bay:

"I have to have an antibody administered by drip every six weeks or so to keep the lymphoma in check. It sort of coats the cancer cells, stops it from going anywhere else. I have to come back home no matter where I might be in the world. The tour dates are arranged so that I can always get back for treatment.

"It's relatively new treatment and they don't know what all the side-effects might be yet, but I wanted to try it. After each session I feel sick and tired, and that lasts for a week or so. I'm finding that it takes around 10 days to fully recover from each round of treatment, but if that's what it takes, I have to accept it."

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