Last week, original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward released another new song by one of his current groups, Day of Errors. Appearing in time for Halloween, the tune fittingly titled “Ghost Train” followed hot on the heels of the recently released “Dark.”
Both represent the first new material from Day of Errors in two years, after a pair of tunes from the trio arrived in late 2017. Earlier this month, Ward released a separate track called “Arrows” — dedicated to victims of the 2017 Las Vegas shooting — with his namesake Bill Ward Band.
Ward first filled fans in with a pair of video statements uploaded to his official YouTube channel Oct. 19: “Hey everyone, my name is Bill Ward,” he said. “And I wanted to let you know that my band, Day of Errors, is going to be releasing a new song soon. It’s called ‘Dark.’ Check it out.”
Day of Errors first emerged in 2016. The band currently includes guitarist Joe Amodea and Kill Devil Hill singer Jason “Dewey” Bragg. In April, it was reported that Day of Errors had returned to the studio.
This summer, Ward reported he was “open-minded” about earnestly reuniting with Black Sabbath’s classic lineup after the band members appeared onstage together at a Grammy event. In 2017, the original Sabbath drummer canceled a Day of Errors tour after he was hospitalized with heart problems.
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- Black Sabbath - Live At Last - UK - vinyl LP - £20.00, $24.40, €23.00 (New Item) (arrived 29-Sep-2023 15:57)on October 1, 2023 at 6:28 am
BLACK SABBATH Live At Last (1980 UK 9-track vinyl LP released by Nem Records with picture labels, considered unofficial at the time as it was released without permission from the band - Recorded at Manchester and The Rainbow Theatre in Londonduring March 1973, this was intended to be released but, being unhappy with the results, the band shelved the project until former manager, Patrick Meehan, arranged the release in 1980. The band eventually came to acknowledge the recording andissued the whole album as part of the two disc live compilation 'Past Lives' in 2002. The glossy picture sleeve shows some shelfwear to the edges / corners and the vinyl itself has only light signs of play BS001)
- Black Sabbath - Master Of Reality - Laminated - UK - vinyl LP - £40.00, $48.80, €46.00 (New Item) (arrived 15-Sep-2023 11:25)on October 1, 2023 at 6:28 am
BLACK SABBATH Master Of Reality (1976 UK issue of the 1971 8-track LP, housed in a fully laminated picture sleeve with lyrics & 'Made & Printed By Press & Post Ltd' on the back. This edition has a slightly different design to other issues as thetitle is printed as an outline rather than grey-filled. The sleeve shows minimal edge wear & the vinyl is Near Mint with few signs of play NEL6004) #Top 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
- Black Sabbath - Attention! Black Sabbath Volume One - UK - vinyl LP - £25.00, $30.50, €28.75 (New Item) (arrived 22-Aug-2023 11:34)on October 1, 2023 at 6:28 am
BLACK SABBATH Attention! Black Sabbath Volume One (1974 UK 8-track vinyl LP compilation, including Paranoid and N.I.B. Unique red bordered picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little wear with some ringwear, and the vinyl shows just light signs of play WWA100)
- Black Sabbath - Paranoid - 4th - VG/EX - UK - vinyl LP - £75.00, $91.50, €86.25 (New Item) (arrived 31-Aug-2023 16:16)on October 1, 2023 at 6:28 am
BLACK SABBATH Paranoid (1973 UK 8-track LP on the Vertigo 'spaceship' label, the second studio album originally released in 1970, fully laminated gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve [VG+] shows just a little minor shelf wear scuffing & the vinylis clean & grades EX/EX- with a few faint paper hairlines not affecting play) #Top 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time
- Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell - EX - UK - vinyl LP - £20.00, $24.40, €23.00 (New Item) (arrived 04-Sep-2023 14:26)on October 1, 2023 at 6:28 am
BLACK SABBATH Heaven And Hell (1982 UK issue of the 1980 8-track LP, a return to form for Sabbath despite Ozzy's departure, with the former Elf and Rainbow singer Ronnie James Dio proving a worthy replacement. The glossy picture sleeve shows just some minor wear around the edges from storage, whilst the vinyl, aside from some very faint spindlewear evidence, remains in excellent condition - a respectable play copy PRICE10)