Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi reveals what he’s been up to since final show of the band’s The End Tour.
In an interview with NBC News, Iommi says he’s currently listen to recordings of the band’s final shows in Birmingham, England for a possible live album. He went on to say that the live tracks will also be used for a documentary about the band.
Iommi says he still has a bag of riffs that went unused for Black Sabbath that could turn into a new solo album one day. He made sure to point out that even though Black Sabbath has called it quits on touring that he’s not retiring from playing, or that the band might record another album (details here about bassist Geezer Butler talking about a possible Black Sabbath blues album) or even do one off events in the future.
Iommi says currently he feels fine, but still goes in to get check ups and tests since his cancer went into remission. He added that since his illness he has had to look at things differently and think sensibly.