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Black Sabbath announced the 2016 tour 'The End', which will take place in Denver, Colorado, including a stop that will kick off in February 15, 2016 at the Denver's Pepsi Center, on February 15, 2016. This last tour, 'The End', begins on January 20, 2016 in Nebraska, and promises to surpass all previous tours of the same band, with the most amazing production that has ever been made before. When the tour will be completed, it will trully be the end of one of the most legendary bands in rock 'n' roll history. The tour will feature three of the band's four original members: the singer Ozzy Osbourne, bassist Geezer Butled and Tony Iommi in guitar. This will be your last chance to watch Black Sabbath Denver performing live in concert. 



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If you are a fan of hard rock, you certainly don't want to miss their last hearing them rocked by the iconic trio one last time. You will hear some their most amazing songs, such as the 'War Pigs', as well as many other. Tony Iommi's guitar sounds will simply amaze you combined with Ozzy's voice, along with the full sound of the rest of the band. During the Black Sabbath Denver, you will also have the chance to see some pictures and videos of the history of the band, along with psychedelic scenes and patterns and video screens, which will show what's going on on-stage. There will be even fireworks all over the place, in order to celebrate their last performance.

It's the beginning of the 'End'
The heavy rock band started around 50 years ago, with a crack of thunder, when that great man Black Sabbath shocked the earth with the heaviest rock sounds ever heard before. It was the moment that Heavy Metal music was born, which was created by a band of young members from the city of Birmingham, in England, barely out of their teens. Now, this great heavy matal band it's coming to an end. The final live tour of the heavy metal band of all times, which is consisted of Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Tonny Iommi in guitar and bassist Butler Geezer will close the last chapter of the their incredible story of Black Sabbath.

The heavy metal rock group
Formed in 1968, in Birmingham, in the United Kingdom, the Grammy-winning group (included drummer Bill Ward) released its debut album (self-titled) in 1970, named 'Iron Man'. One year later the album 'Paranoid', came out too and in 1971 the band released the 'Master of Reality', in 1972 Black Sabbath Volume 4, in 1973 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and in 1975 the Sabotage. Moreover, these special albums very soon became Platinum in the United States and they are all considered to represent the heavy metal genre. During the mid-1970's, the band continued to work endlessly in their studio, but at the same time they toured with no ending, especially from the early '70s till in the middle of 1970s, selling their tickets all over the globe. During the first 10 years of the band, they had acquired an amazing large number of fans. Moreover, through the years of great success, Sabbath influenced many great artists. In 2006 Lars Ulrich from Mettalica inducted them to the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame. He was also a great inspiration for bands and people outside the heavy metal music, like Nirvana and Guns N' Roses.


Early years of the band
After Osbourne was fired, due to his drug abuse and Ronnie James Dio came in to his place (on the main vocals), the band released three more great albums: 'Heaven & hell' (1980), 'Mob Rules' (1981) and 'Duhumanizer' (1992). Moreover, in 1997 Osbourne returned again to join the blues rock group. The next two decades (1980 and 1990), Sabbath released many more albums, which were mainly solo projects of Tony Iommi. Since then the band has experience a number of line up changes, with guitarist Iommin being the only constant presence through the years in the band. The blues rock band incorporated themes with horror inspired lyrics and tuned-down guitars. In addition, Black Sabbath also composed songs, that their main themes had to do with social instability, drug abuse, political corruption and apocalyptic prophecies.

Great artists
As you may already know, Black Sabbath Denver is considered to be synonymous with the heaviest metal sounds in music history. During their successful career, the band sold a large number of records (more than 70 million), as well as countlesss of tickets for their amazing performances and concerts around the world. In fact, they feature in every list in different publications (magazines and newspapers) as the most amazing and heavy metal artists and performers of the world of all times. Now they even considered to be in the same level as other rock bands from the United Kingdom, such as the Rolling Stones and The Beatles. Moreover, the heavy metallist Black Sabbath today is still performing with live concerts and never cease to amaze his fans with his heavy rock metal sounds. Black Sabbath was also a great inspiration for different international bands outside the heavy metal music, like Nirvana and Guns N' Roses. Moreover, the english rock band was ranked by MTV as the 'Greatest Metal Band' of all times.


The 'End' of the beginning
The heavy rock band has recently announced 'The End' tour, because of Iommi's ill health. More specifically, in the first months of 2012, Tony Iommi was diagnosed the early stages of lympnoma and undergone a successful treatment until 2013. The tours of Black Sabbath last year were rearragned so that Iommi was free to go back to the UK for his treatment.The original four heavy metallists have reunited on a handful of occasions throughout the last years. More specifically for a pair of shows in 1997 in their home town, in Birmingham and also in 1999, 2002, 2004 and 2005, when Black Sabbath headlined Osbourne's 'Ozzfest Festival. 

Tickets at Pepsi Center
Be sure to buy your tickets early for the Black Sabbath Denver live concert from Alliance Tickets, at Speer Boulevard, in order to get the best possible seating. Because the tickets are selling fast for the Black Sabbath concert in Denver, which is no surprise. Afterall, this will be their last performance. So, don't loose your chance.