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Is there Life after Sabbath?
The Black Sabbath headlining of the Ozzfest is being dubbed the Last Supper. What will the masters of metal be doing after Sabbath? 

Bill Ward has a new solo album titled "Remembering" that will be released on Cleopatra Records later this year. Tony Iommi has completed writing the songs for his next solo album, expect to see a release in late 99' - early 2000. Geezer Butler has been busy as well working on a solo project. He has been writing music with guitarist Pedro Howse for his forth coming solo release. 

Ok but what about Ozzy? Like you need to ask. The Ozzman has announced his retirement and return to music so many times we lost count. Will he retire again?  No Way! He has a new album due out next year. He has also been pondering record production, according to Ozzy's wife/manager Sharon, Ozzy has been discussing production work with Brian Eno. 

Ozzy's new solo band consist of Guitarist Joe Holms, Robert Trujilo on Bass, and drummer Micheal Bordin. 

If that is not enough Ozzy is working on a film project based on his life. He wrote the screen play and has signed up an unknown British actor to play him. More details on this film project are available here. 

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