VH1 History of Heavy Metal

» Posted on Feb 20, 2015 | 3 comments

The new VH1.com animated short The Complete History of Heavy Metal: Fingers Bloody Fingers explores how Tony made “a good thing off a bad thing.”   You can view the entire video at this link:  http://www.vh1.com/music/tuner/2015-02-19/black-sabbath-complete-history-of-heavy-metal/




  1. your the reason i play guitar. im lefthanded aswell and i injured my right hand too. My thumb had 3 tumors removed and nerve damage. I really tried and i just couldnt. I never gave up to atleast sound like i did before. At my lowwest point i read an article about and learned something i didn’t know about you. Your fingers. You never gave up either. Thank you. You are the person i look up to. I really hope to get your autograph one day. Maybe on the back of my heaven and hell jacket. Hey its a dream. But dreams do come true. Either way thank for the inspirations and drive.
    Sincerely your fan since 84. Cheers

  2. Dear Tony Iommi,
    i am excited to know about the new black sabbath album,are this still on?, please do a new album and please do a new tour with meet and greet!, i was sad that i missed the meet and greet on london2013,but i was there at 02 arena just on the side you was playing,wish this happen again. and i went to hyde park on last summer just because of you !

  3. My name is Jamie Hider from Manistique Michigan, last year I e-mailed Eddie Trunk to tell him of an idea I had about a cartoon short on rock stars and zany stories. I heard nothing back. Today I’m watching vh1 and much to my surprise.!!! It’s my idea on TV. Thanks VH1 and Eddie Trunk for ripping my idea off.

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