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This is kind of cool, but if there's one thing you should take away from this, it's that you never see the producers let Ozzy anywhere near fire. We all know that would end if less than desireable results. Drugs are bad, kids.
There's not much given away here and I'm very disappoint that there's no sign of Hannah McKay, but it's enough to start getting excited about it.
Black Sabbath's appearance on "CSI" is airing tonight. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler portray themselves on the CBS drama, which will feature the U.S. premiere of the band's new song "End of the Beginning."
In a behind-the-scenes promo for the show, "CSI" star Ted Danson, who plays the part of D.B. Russell, says the plot revolves around the hunt for a serial killer, and they have "three guest stars who are equally potentially the bad guy."
Through "CSI," Black Sabbath is unveiling a second song from their upcoming album, 13. Last month the band debuted the track "God Is Dead?" in an exclusive radio premiere. Sabbath's "13" will arrive in stores on June 11th.
** UPDATE **: Watch the entire episode here (Black Sabbath is the very first thing you see in the episode!)
I kind of liked THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK, but I'm glad to see something that actually looks like a PITCH BLACK sequel (finally) materialize. This looks pretty over-the-top (and not in the "Stallone's-worst-movie-ever" way) and I think it safe to say that this is going to be nuts in 3D. September 6th...you can count me in.