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Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Birmingham, West Midlands, England
On hold
Formed in:
Doom/Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Life, Mental illness, Social issues
Last label:
Divine Recordings
Years active:
The Black Sabbath album "Seventh Star" was supposed to be Tony Iommi's first solo album but due to label concern, it was released under the Black Sabbath moniker.

A decade later, Iommi began making another solo album with Glenn Hughes, but the recordings were aborted. Iommi spent some time touring and recording with the reformed original Black Sabbath lineup in the late 90s before releasing ...
Tony Iommi Guitars (1996-2006)
See also: ex-Black Sabbath, ex-Heaven & Hell, ex-WhoCares, ex-Belch, ex-Jethro Tull, ex-Mythology, ex-The Rest, ex-The Rockin' Chevrolets, ex-Velvett Fogg
Glenn Hughes Vocals, Bass (1996, 2004-2006)
See also: Voodoo Hill, Black Country Communion, Glenn Hughes, The Dead Daisies, ex-Deep Purple, ex-Black Sabbath, ex-Heaven & Hell (live), ex-Brazen Abbot, ex-California Breed, ex-Finders Keepers, ex-Gary Moore, ex-Hughes Turner Project, ex-Hughes/Thrall, ex-Kings of Chaos, ex-L.A. Blues Authority, ex-Michael Men Project Made in Moscow, ex-Nikolo Kotzev's Nostradamus, ex-Trapeze, ex-Hank Davison (live), ex-Ken Hensley (live)
Kenny Aronoff Drums (2004-2006)
See also: Supersonic Blues Machine, Chickenfoot (live), ex-BoDeans, ex-Cinderella, ex-John Mellencamp, ex-Lynyrd Skynyrd, ex-Styx (live), ex-The Smashing Pumpkins (live)
Bob Marlette Keyboards, Bass, Programming (2004-2006)
See also: ex-Two
Added by: Snxke Modified by: Rochvill
Added on: 2002-11-20 00:29:35 Last modified on: 2021-08-16 23:28:34