There is some awesome news for Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath fans – their final tour titled “The End” is looking at extension dates as far as 2017!
Rival Sons drummer, Michael Miley revealed this during a radio interview, saying:
“The dates go into 2017, but none of those are released. We don’t even know what they are yet. I think this tour is going to keep going for a while.
“We have dates up until September. It’s pretty unbelievable. It’s an honor to be invited by Ozzy and Sharon to be the opening band direct support on their farewell tour.”
Originally, the last date for their final tour was supposed to be in September 2016. After their final US leg in New York, they were to head to Australia.
Black Sabbath is an English rock band formed in the late 1960s. Their lineup has changed over the decades, with only guitarist Tony Iommi staying throughout. They have a vast number of hits including Iron Mad, Paranoid, War Pigs and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, among others. They were known for their extreme drug abuse and other controversies, especially from lead singer Ozzy Osbourne.
This is not the first band that has called it quits. Motley Crüe just completed their tour during which Mötorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister passed away.