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Black Sabbath
Saturday, November 12

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The seminal body of Black Sabbath descends upon the unsuspecting populace of Spurs City this Saturday. Notorious for the batshit antics of lead singer Ozzy Osbourne – need we recall the fiasco with the literal bat? – the fiendish champions of black metal shaped latter generations of sludge rockers by playing calamitous riffs at a stoner’s pace in earthshaking tracks like the now iconic “Iron Man.” Indeed, through their decision to tamper down the furious speed of popular precursors like Led Zeppelin and the Who, the evil genius of Black Sabbath ushered in the industrial epoch of doom metal, as well as the genre’s more psychedelic proponents. As they say, the rest is blood-spattered history. Get dismal with the godless legends of Black Sabbath at the AT&T Center. $65, 8pm, AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Pkwy.

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