Black Sabbath Premiere 'God is Dead?' Video

Watch the video for the first single from the band's brand new album "13."

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Black Sabbath presented the music video for "God is Dead?" single. Watch it in the player below.

The song was dropped on April 19. It appeared to be the first single from the band's brand new album "13."

Produced by Rick Rubin, it features Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, who were joined at the sessions by drummer Brad Wilk (Rage Against the Machine). The album is released June 10th on Vertigo (worldwide) and Vertigo/Republic in the U.S.

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    julianholguin · Jun 11, 2013 10:43 AM
    The video is just parts of a non-profit documentary... Do you even research?
    I thought we're here to comment on the video. I wasn't aware we'd have to research where the recordings used in this so called music video came from, frist.
    Lots of old warfare footage and a shitload on graphical effects. I was actually hoping to see some footage of the band playing togheter again, would've been cool ...
    Okay for everyone saying WTF The video is taken from excerpts from the documentary film "Zeitgeist: Addendum" (as stated by Rastapunk) a film directed by Peter Joseph, which deals with the faults of society, the American government, and the economy. It's really interesting if you take the time to watch it, and it might even change your mind in a few aspects of your life. The video is not supposed to mean that Black Sabbath should cause so much chaos, but the opposite of this. We should try and see the deeper meaning of this song: Society is dying, and we're the only ones who can do something to change it.
    Song is great. Video, however, is a disconnected mishmash of crap and painfully obvious marketing bits to sell the album. That looked like an amateur mash-up on YouTube.
    good on sabbath for pushing zeitgeist. so you children of the world listen to what I say, if you want a better place to live in spread the word today. show the world that love is still alive you must be brave, or you children of today are children of the grave.
    Don't get me wrong, I love the album and this song...but honestly WTF did I just watch?
    Josh100 - Haha well what visuals did you expect to accompany a Black Sabbath song? Puppies playing in a field?
    Could care less about the video but the song is great!
    So you can care somewhat about the video?
    I don't listen to Black Sabbath because of "the video"...I'd rather form my own pictures of what the music is saying.
    Ron Butchko
    I hope this album grows on me because Ive been a Sabbath fan since the early 70s and I dont like anything Ive heard so far.
    They should have something in the beginning saying that you have to be high to watch this video cuz I'm sober and got nothing out of this.