Black Sabbath kicked off their world tour with two shows at the Vector Arena, Auckland in New Zealand at the weekend playing on Saturday and Monday.
Two new songs were played from the forthcoming album '13' in a set based around their early output. The new titles played were 'End Of The Beginning' and 'God Is Dead?', both of which hold the identity of vintage Sabbath.
You can check out the YouTube clips of the new tracks below.
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Although Brad Wilk of Rage Against The Machine plays drums on the album in place of the disgruntled Bill Ward, the touring commitments have once again been handled to Tommy Clufetos.
The album '13' will be released worldwide on Vertigo on June 10th and is produced by Rick Rubin. Black Sabbath are now currently out in Australia and will tour Europe in November/December.
The set list for the Auckland shows was:
Into The Void
Under The Sun
Behind The Wall Of Sleep
End Of The Beginning
Fairies Wear Boots
Symptom Of The Universe (Intro)
God Is Dead?
Children Of The Grave