Black Sabbath signed Forbidden A4 album poster

Authentic Black Sabbath signed Forbidden A4 album poster. Signed by Tony Iommi, Tony Martin, Geoff Nicolls, Neil Murray and Bobby Rondinelli.

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

£220.00

Authentic Black Sabbath signed Forbidden A4 album poster. Signed by Tony Iommi, Tony Martin, Geoff Nicolls, Neil Murray and Bobby Rondinelli.

 

Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

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Black Sabbath signed Forbidden A4 album poster

Authentic Black Sabbath signed Forbidden A4 album poster. Signed by Tony Iommi, Tony Martin, Geoff Nicolls, Neil Murray and Bobby Rondinelli.

 

 

 

Forbidden is the English rock band Black Sabbath’s eighteenth studio album, released in June 1995. With the return of Neil Murray and Cozy Powell, Black Sabbath’s Tyr-era line-up from 1990 reunited for this recording. It was the band’s last album until 2013; when Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler returned for the album 13; which featured Tony Martin on vocals and Geoff Nicholls on keyboards. In its first week, the album sold 21,000 copies in the United States; and as of 2013, Forbidden had sold 191,000 copies in the United States.

 

Critics and fans alike were harsh in their assessments of the album. Following its release, the band went through multiple lineup changes and came to a career crossroads. Shortly later, Ozzy Osbourne, the original Black Sabbath frontman; reconciled with guitarist Tony Iommi.

 

 

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Forbidden was recorded following the band’s late lineup changes; with Butler being replaced by Murray and Powell returning shortly after the 1994 Cross Purposes tour. Bluestone Farm in Wales; used for writing and rehearsals before recording at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool in December. The album took ten days to record, according to Tony Iommi in a July 1995 interview with Boston radio station WBCN. In June of 1995, the album released.

 

The album’s music, influenced by conventional heavy metal and power metal styles, as well as blues. The album produced, recorded, and mixed by Ernie C of the rap metal band Body Count. Ice-T, a member of Body Count, delivers a spoken word section at the song’s bridge on the album’s first track, “The Illusion of Power.”