Sack Sabbath, the Black Sabbath tribute, play the Greyhound, Beeston, on Saturday October 26.
They will be playing the very blackest of Black Sabbath tracks, including War Pigs, Iron Man, NIB, Supernaut, Paranoid and many more in a powerhouse set of classic doom-drenched heavy metal that inspired a thousand bands.
This is one of just two dates in the region until next spring, when they embark on a massive UK tour alongside Iron Maiden and Thin Lizzy tributes, billed as the ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ tour, taking them to far flung places as Tavistock, Cardiff, Scarborough, London, Yarmouth and even Spain, as well as a hometown gig at the Rescue Rooms in Nottingham.
Entry to the Beeston date is free as a thank-you to the loyal fans who turn out time and again to see the ‘Sab Four’ in deafening action.
Support on the night comes from the acclaimed Dethonator, an up and coming metal band from Leicester.
More information is available from 07903 610487.
n Top music performer Jamie Cullum is in action at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday, October 29.
Having sold more than ten million records worldwide, performing to sold out tours across the globe, working on a variety of unique projects that have seen him collaborate with a range of artists from Stevie Wonder, Pharrell, Sander Kleinenberg, Rizzle Kicks to The Roots, Jamie continues to enjoy an incredible creative roll.
The show kicks off at 7.30pm and includes special guests. Tickets cost from £37.50 down to £25. See www.trch.co.uk or call the box office on 0115 9895555.