Black Sabbath: The End Of The End is a music/concert documentary that chronicles the band’s final tour after calling it quits nearly 50 years since forming.
In 1968, four working-class lads from Birmingham England decided to form a band called Black Sabbath.
The band went on to define a new genre of music known as Metal, and the rest is history.
Since then, countless numbers of bands have spawned in the shadow of Sabbath, many reaching immeasurable heights, however it all trails back to the British band that started it all.
Led by the zany Ozzy Osbourne, the band at its most recent consists of Ozzy and fellow founding members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler (though there have been many members come and go from Sabbath’s lineup over the years).
The film will be premiering on 28 September 2017 across cinemas all around the world as a one-night-only special screening.
The trailer is brief, but gives us an idea about what to expect from the documentary.
It will focus on their last ever tour, and will feature plenty of live music footage from their concerts.
The film will of course appeal to all heavy metal music fans, but there should also be something in it for all general music fans, especially those that can appreciate the contribution the band has made to the industry in general.
Check out the trailer and book your tickets to see the film on the 28th on the link below:
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