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Drums on new Black Sabbath performed by Brad Wilk

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  • Drums on new Black Sabbath performed by Brad Wilk

    This still blows me away -- the drums on the new Black Sabbath album, 13, were played by Brad Wilk of Rage Against the Machine/ Audioslave.

    The whole thing has been very tight-lipped, but I just read this in an interview with Geezer Butler:

    On having RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's Brad Wilk play on the new BLACK SABBATH album:

    Butler: "That was [producer] Rick Rubin's idea, 'cause he wanted to have

    Music, music, I hear music

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    no Bill,bummer

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    • Potts
      Potts commented
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      I get "it" but I don't agree with the Bill Ward = No Black Sabbath line of thinking. Lets be realistic from a non-musician point of view, Sabbath is all about Iommi, Ozzy and riffs.