Black Sabbath Announce Vol 4: Super Deluxe Edition

Black Sabbath have announced they are revisiting their 1972 record Vol 4 with a Super Deluxe Edition of the record in 2021.

The metal gods favourites fourth studio record will be packaged up within four-CD or five-LP editions, featuring a newly-remastered version of the record and 20 unreleased stuido and live recordings.

On top of this, both the CD and Vinyl versions of Vol 4: Super Deluxe Edition will come with booklets that feature liner notes, rare pics and a poster that displays:  “previously unpublished early artwork of the album using the working title Snowblind”.

Ahead of the full release on February 12th 2021 – the band have released a new version of ‘Tomorrow’s Dream’.

Check it out below.

Pre-orders are available via Artist Store.

Heavy Music Awards Winners Announced!

The first annual and public voted Heavy Music Awards were held at the House of Vans in Waterloo, London last night.

It featured a headline set from Creeper as well as sets from bands such as Vukovi, Dead! and Venom Prison. After all that, the awards got underway. Here are the categories and who won.

BEST ALBUM (presented by EMP):
Architects – ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’

THE H:
Ashley Maile

BEST UK BAND (presented by UPRAWR):
Black Sabbath

BEST INTERNATIONAL BAND (presented by PPL):
Gojira

BEST LIVE BAND (presented by Eagle Rock Entertainment):
Enter Shikari

BEST BREAKTHROUGH BAND (presented by House Of Vans London):
I Prevail

BEST ALBUM ARTWORK (presented by The Pit):
Ghost – ‘Popestar’ (Zbigniew M Bielak)

BEST PRODUCER (presented by Believe):
Fredrik Nordström & Henrik Udd

BEST PHOTOGRAPHER (presented by Olympus):
Ben Gibson

BEST FESTIVAL (presented by Jackson Guitars):
Download Festival

BEST VENUE (presented by Scuzz):
O2 Academy, Brixton