BLACK SABBATH unleashed the group’s fourth album in two years in 1972 with Vol 4. Stacked with classic tracks like “Supernaut,” “Changes,” and “Snowblind,” the record harnessed the group’s surging popularity to reach the Top 10 on the Albums Chart in the U.K. and the Top 20 on the Billboard 200 in the U.S., on its path to being certified platinum by the RIAA. The innovators of heavy metal revisit Vol 4 on a new collection that includes a newly remastered version of the original album along with a trove of 20 unreleased studio and live recordings. VOL 4: SUPER DELUXE EDITION will be available on February 12 as a 4-CD set ($59.98) and a 5-LP set pressed on 180-gram vinyl ($109.98), Both versions come with extensive booklets featuring liner notes with quotes from the era from all four band members, rare photos, and a poster with previously unpublished early artwork of the album using the working title Snowblind. Both the 4-CD and 5-LP versions are available for pre-order now at the Rhino.com store. The newly remastered version of the original album will also be available on digital download and streaming services on the same day. Here’s the 2021 remaster of “Tomorrow’s Dream”.
Coming April 16, 2021 – Martin Popoff‘s “Uriah Heep: A Visual Biography”. Read more here.
There’s now a “World Tour” edition of METALLICA Monopoly that can be purchased for $39.99. Speaking of METALLICA, here they are doing a cover of “Would?” from ALICE IN CHAINS in a recent livetsream event in tribute to AIC.
And if you’d like to see the full ALICE IN CHAINS tribute, we’ve got that. It includesCHRIS CORNELL‘s daughter LILY CORNELL SILVERmaking her live singing debut. You’ll find her performance around the hour and forty minute mark.