Black Sabbath’s New Album ’13’ Streaming in Full
Stop what you're doing now, because Black Sabbath's new album '13' is now streaming in full for free in advance of its June 11 release!
The album is the first Sabbath disc to feature original members Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler in 35 years, and although '13' won't be released until June 11, iTunes is offering a stream of the entire album right now. The stream began today at 4PM ET, so open the iTunes store and find the Black Sabbath graphic on the home page to listen to the full album.
Singer Ozzy Osbourne recently spoke to the BBC about the album's leading single, 'God is Dead?' and how the inspiration for the track came up. "I was in somebody's office and there was a magazine on a table and it just said, 'God Is Dead', and I suddenly thought about 9/11 and all these terrorist things and religion and how many people have died in the name of religion," Ozzy describes. "When you think about the tragedy that's happened throughout time, it just came in my head. You'd think by now that their God would have stopped people dying in the name of, so I just starting thinking that people must be thinking, 'Where is God? God is dead' and it just hit me."
Head over to this location and hit "View in iTunes' to check out '13' in its entirety! You can also pre-order the disc while you're there.