1997 - Black Science.
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July 1, 1997 - 2022: 25 years of: Black Science.

Hail Geezer Butler, the creator of extremes !

BLACK SABBATH's Geezer Butler takes a bite out of the hip 90s. After 1995's geomagnetic-reversal metal mammoth Plastic Planet CD, featuring FEAR FACTORY's Burton C. Bell on vocals, the father of heavymetal ups the game and leaps eons ahead with futuristic metal-craftsmanship.

The "Man In A Suitcase" punches the scenes with molten metal, with an ultra-modern flair. The following stompers "Box Of Six", "Justified" and the alien infested chug-fiesta of "Area Code 51", all re-writes the rules in extremities. Welcome to the arena, newkid Clark Brown on vocals, where he shines on the evil unorthodox "Unspeakable Elvis". Massive mosh-killings devastate on the intense "Trinity Road" and the electronica vibes "Department S".

This wicked science is filled with blackness. This from beyond alchemy shall be known to us earthlings as: G//Z/R, GEEZER or plain deadly GZR. The man, the myth, the hand of doom and one of the original Four Horsemen, Geezer Butler breaks away from the traditions and spearheads generations forward, with still unmatched edgy cyber-metal.

The eventual many BLACK SABBATH reunions shall put the project aside, until 2005's Ohmwork CD.

Black Science = full CD
Live in San Francisco in 1997

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