Good news from Black Sabbath camp.
Tony Iommi has once again said that he isn’t ruling out a BLACK SABBATH reunion.
In a question-and-answer session at the Kipinä Kokkola business conference, Tony Iommi shared the reunion plans.
“We may — I don’t know — do a one-off or something, but [we’re] never touring again.”
“Cause we’re at the age now — we retired, but I’m still gonna play. But to tour the world like we were — we did an 18-month tour, the last one was. It’s a long time to be out and away from home and your friends and family. So if we do do anything, it would be very short.”
Interestingly, this past June, Geezer Butler told Classic Rock magazine that he wasn’t opposed to a one-off BLACK SABBATH reunion.
“If it came up, I wouldn’t say never.”
“I can’t imagine it ever happening, but then I said that about the SABBATH tour, and it happened, so who am I to know?”
Butler went on to say that he is still in contact with Iommi, but he has not spoken to Osbourne.
“I haven’t seen Ozzy at all.”
“I’ve seen Tony and Bill at a couple of awards things we’ve done, and me and Tony stay in touch through e-mails, but that’s about it. But it’s good between us. It’s like having brothers. You don’t have to be in touch.”