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Black Sabbath fans make pilgrimage from Australia, USA, S America to Birmingham for band's last ever gig

Black Sabbath fans make pilgrimage from Australia, USA, S America to Birmingham for band's last ever

Fans of the legendary original heavy metal band Black Sabbath traversed the world to catch the band's final show last night. 

Taking place in the place it all began for the group with gigs around five decades ago, Birmingham, it was an emotional night for the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler and Toni Iommi.

Rehearsing for the big finale, Ozzy told the BBC: “Since I’ve got to this building, I’ve been happy, I’ve been tearful. Let’s see what happens.”

“One of the proudest things I have in my heart is the fact that Black Sabbath wasn’t a band that was created by some big mogul,” Ozzy said.

“It was four guys who said, ‘Let’s have a dream’, and it came true beyond our wildest expectations.”

The show at the NEC Arena saw the heavy metal legends play fifteen songs, including set closer "Paranoid". Watch the footage of that performance here.


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