Now Available: Black Sabbath, DEHUMANIZER
Yes, we’ve already passed the final Friday in Rocktober, but the month isn’t quite over yet, so we thought we’d offer you one more reminder about an LP that we reissued just this past week: Black Sabbath’s DEHUMANIZER.
Originally released in June 1992, DEHUMANIZER was a notable album for Black Sabbath at the time, as it was the first album by the band to feature Ronnie James Dio as lead singer in more than a decade. Such was the case for drummer Vinny Appice, too, and it had also been almost a decade since Geezer Butler had appeared on a Black Sabbath album, so it was obviously kind of a big deal.
This reissue is a 2-LP, 180-gram reissue that is, like all of the other Rocktober reissues, a limited-edition situation, so if you don’t’ get one of the 3,500 copies that Rhino releases, then you’re going to be out of luck.
Our advice: don’t be out of luck. Go buy one today!