Black Sabbath Debut New Track 'Methademic' Live in Melbourne
Metal pioneers premiere "13" bonus song during an Australian performance.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013 02:01 pm
Black Sabbath seem to be quite keen on the new material as yet another song off the upcoming record "13" saw its live debut during the current Australian tour.
Titled "Methademic," the new tune found its place on the April 29 setlist, right between the old classics "N.I.B." and "Fairies Wear Boots." With Tommy Clufetos handling the drummer duties, you can check out the bootleg video footage below.
The song itself will be a part of the new album's deluxe edition as one of the three bonus songs. The record is set for a June 11 release via Vertigo/Universal Records, marking the first Sabbath release to feature Osbourne on vocals since 1978's "Never Say Die."
The group has previously made a live debut of the forthcoming single "End of the Beginning," which is set for an exclusive premiere on the "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" series season finale on May 15. The first "13" single, "God Is Dead?,"was officially streamed about two weeks ago via the group's YouTube channel.
The four-piece currently has a world tour at their hands, with a confirmed set of North American dates during the summer, followed by a winter European concerts trek.
"13" track listing:
01. End of the Beginning
02. God Is Dead?
05. Age of Reason
06. Live Forever
07. Damaged Soul
08. Dear Father
Deluxe-edition bonus tracks:
10. Peace of Mind