Black Sabbath may be done with touring, after their ’13’ tour wraps up in the UK this summer, however that may not mean they’re done making new music!
According to Bass player Geezer Butler, the idea of getting back into the studio is a possibility, which definitely gives Sabbath fans some hope for the future.
In a recent interview with Time Out Dubai, Geezer was asked about the potential 50th anniversary of the band and the future of Black Sabbath. Butler replied, “50 years? Well Tony is probably healthier than everybody else now, after all the stuff they’ve done to him.”
He added, “He’s really done well, he’s definitely in remission now, and we’ve still got four tracks leftover from the album, so maybe we’ll fill in the other four or five tracks and put out another album. If it’s right. We wouldn’t do it just for the sake of it, or the money or whatever. But yeah, maybe.”
In other news, Butler gave an update to fans on Tony Iommi’s current treatment, in saying that he “responded well to his treatment for lymphoma and it’s turned out great. The album has been an incredible success we didn’t think would ever happen – we never thought we’d get a number one in America, especially after all these years. It’s turned out great, the whole thing.”