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Black Sabbath Announces "The End" Tour

Black Sabbath, the pioneers of heavy metal, has just announced that they will be hitting the road one last time for “The End” tour. 

So far the band has announced 24 tour dates starting in North America this January and ending in New Zealand in April. 
Although the tour does not feature any shows in Europe, including their native city of Birmingham, they will be announcing more stops of the tour next month. 
In a video on their website, the band promises that this final tour will “…surpass all previous tours with their most mesmerizing production ever. When the tour concludes, it will truly be the end.” 

The English rockers, famous for their deafening guitar solos and dark lyrics, have stated that “The End” tour would feature three of the band’s four longtime members – Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler. 
Drummer Bill Ward was not listed to perform during this final tour. 
They have not specified who will be taking his place during “The End” tour but Tommy Clufetos, from Osbourne’s solo group, played all previous dates.
Osbourne indicated previously that the group would also be recording a final album. 
Last September he stated that the band was to start writing sessions in early 2015. 
There has been no mention of a new record since the declaration of the tour. 

So, what do you think about Black Sabbath rocking out for one last time across the globe? 
Do you think it will truly be their best yet? 
Will they go out with a bang? Let us know your opinion!