6/10 … WOW, just fantastic … when it comes to the music. Atmospheric, distorted and melancholic. But this has to be the worst singers I have ever heard, and there are two of them. Is this a case where the two of them where thrown out of the same music school, got together and said “we’ll show them” and neither parents or friends had the heart to tell them the truth? The guy is slightly better than the girl, and holy crap is she bad, it feels like I’m dying inside when she opens her mouth. Is there an app or something so I can separate the music from the vocals? I’m being serious, because when it comes to the music, it’s so good, simply amazing. I would give this a 9/10 or 10/10 if they would have had the decency to shut up and it was released without vocals.

Aaaaaargh, this is heavy as sh*t! Heavy, aggressive and at the same time you just wanna melodic. You just wanna doom dance ala Candlemass Messiah Marcolin. Fantastic doom!

As a matter of fact the whole album is awesome (Read review here). Love how the video capture the aggressive sound, the furious look in singer Rikke Emilie List eyes. Just turn up the volume and feel the heaviness.

On Black Sabbath’s swansong, the album “13” from 2013 we find this track, “God is dead?”, the first single from that album. and the first with Ozzy Osbourne since 1998’s “Psycho Man” and “Selling My Soul” from Reunion. The music video, directed by Peter Joseph, known for the Zeitgeist film series,[ was released on 10 June 2013.

The concept of the song is a clearly inspired by Friedrich Nietzsches “Gott Ist Tot” that you can read about down below …

10/10 … This is the perfect concert, the ultimate Black Sabbath show off. Forget all about ”Live at Last” and ”Live Evil”, this is it, a 100-minute perfect performance recorded in New Jersey for the famous American radio show King Biscuit Flower Hour at the beginning of the LP promotion tour for ‘Sabotage’.

The sounds is awesome, raw but still with that ”Wall of Sound” that only Butler and Iommi can create together. Ozzy’s voice sounds fantastic. Not a single half-assed track or filler, just the best all spiced up with among other things a 14-minute jam.