BLACK SABBATH Drum Legend BILL WARD Shares New Poem "What Once Was"

April 12, 2021, a year ago

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BLACK SABBATH Drum Legend BILL WARD Shares New Poem "What Once Was"

Original Black Sabbath drummer, Bill Ward, has shared a new poem, entitled "What Once Was". Check it out below:

NME recently reported that Bill Ward says he’s “not done” with Black Sabbath’s legacy, and would “love” to make a new album with the band’s original lineup.

In a new interview with Eddie Trunk on SiriusXM, Ward stated his desire to reunite with his bandmates for a new studio album. “I’m not done with the Black Sabbath legacy,” he said. “I haven’t been done. I was made done, but I’m not done. So, the others might be done, but I’m not. But being realistic about that, as far as touring with Black Sabbath, I don’t have the chops, and I don’t have the ability to drive a band like that on stage. I have to be back to 60 years old to be able to do that.”

He added: “I would love to do a studio album with Sabbath, with all the original members. I’m just saying that — I’m just floating that out there. I haven’t talked to anybody about that or anything else. But I’m not done."

Read more at NME.

 



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