On 4th February, 2017, Black Sabbath stormed the stage in their hometown of Birmingham to play the 81st and final triumphant gig of their The End tour. The monumental show also marked the end of an almost five decade-long career for Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler, whose collective sound formed the basis of heavy metal and influenced bands all over the world.
A new Black Sabbath documentary, The End of the End, tells the story of that final sold out show. In addition to the “up close and personal story of the final, emotionally-charged concert,” the film promises an “intimate glimpse into the band’s relationships and their banter with each other,” as well as unique and exclusive performances from the studio.
“To bring it all back home after all these years was pretty special,” said the band in a statement. “It was so hard to say goodbye to the fans, who’ve been incredibly loyal to us through the years. We never dreamed in the early days that we’d be here 49 years later doing our last show on our home turf.”
The End of the End will screen in theaters across the globe on September 28th for one night only. Tickets are available now from the film’s official website.