BLACK SABBATH Fan Site Launches Poll To Determine Band's Future

January 19, 2005

In light of the recent petition that was posted online to "fire Ozzy Osbourne" from BLACK SABBATH and replace him with another singer that turned out to be a joke, SABBATH fan site has launched a poll to see what SABBATH fans truly think about this issue.

Stated webmaster Joe Siegler, "This is, of course, not binding on anyone or anything — this is after all just a fan website, but I am curious to see what people think BLACK SABBATH should do this year.

"It is, after all the 35th anniversary of the release of their first album, so if there ever was a time to put out a new album, THIS IS IT, GUYS!"

To access the poll, click here.

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