If you didn’t get to go to the special one-night-only theatrical screening and you don’t subscribe to Showtime, you’ll still be able to see The End of the End, the concert film about Black Sabbath’s final show, when it’s released in various home video and audio formats on November 17. In the meantime, the band has now released what I’d imagine is pretty much the most exciting part of their final concert: its conclusion.
On February 4 of this year, the band completed their final-ever set at Birmingham, England’s Genting Arena with a performance of one of their most famous and beloved songs, “Paranoid.” You can now watch video of that performance below. Unless Sabbath reunite for a one-off show or a festival appearance or something, this represents the last time Black Sabbath play together, ever. And it looks like they really blew it out: at one point, Ozzy begins running in place at a pretty decent speed, which is more than I’ve seen him move since 1992.
[via The PRP]
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