"What is this that stands before me? An advert in black which points at me..."
Heavy Metal legends Black Sabbath could well be heading to London for a special show as part of Barclay's British Summer Time shows at Hyde Park in London in early July.
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In Monday's London Evening Standard newspaper a full page advert for the Neil Young Crazy Horse show on July 12th had a conundrum printed in black at the bottom of the page which read "PARANOID THERE'S NOT ENOUGH ROCK IN LONDON? WATCH OUT FOR A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ON 30TH MARCH MARKING THE START OF BRITISH SUMMER TIME".
Now your guess is as good as ours folks, but you can bet your bottom dollar that they're referring to the Lords Of Doom.
Black Sabbath have already announced a string of dates throughout Europe starting in Moscow on June 1st with their festival appearance at Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium on June 29th being the final one announced so far.
The Barclays Britsh Summer Time festival runs over a ten day period from July 4th until July 13th.
Black Sabbath hit the Number One spot last year on both sides of the Atlantic with the album '13' and recently released the DVD 'Live... Gathered In Their Masses'.
Black Sabbath will also be releasing a very limited vinyl single of only 100 copies for 'Age Of Reason' on Record Store Day on April 19th.