Have you ever dreamed of seeing Guns N’ Roses, Metallica, Def Leppard, and Motley Crue on the same bill? Well, this year you can! Sort of. As long as you’re cool with only seeing individual members of the bands — and you live in South America.
Nearly 20 years ago Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan hooked up with the remains of Black Sabbath and recorded one spectacular album called 'Born Again'. The band-mates went their separate ways, but some of us only knew it was a matter of time before the most interesting version of Black Sabbath returned. Gillan, Tony Iommi and Deep Purple key-master Jon Lord have released a new album and the proceeds are going to charity.
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