Headless Cross is 30!

» Posted on Apr 24, 2019 | 10 comments

Headless Cross is 30 years old, wow! The video shoot started at dusk and only finished when the sun came back up! We’d all had so much whisky to keep warm thank goodness we didn’t have to drive home.

— Tony

Photo (c) George Bodnar

10 Comments

  1. Love the album, Tony. Hope you, Tony, and Neil reunite for another round of shows.

  2. Headless Cross is an excellent set of masterful metal. Cheers to 30 years and let’s hear more with that lineup!

  3. headless cross is one of the best albums from sabbath together with heaven and hell mob rules maybe a reunion with tony martin

  4. Hi toni, I saw you at Newcastle City Hall on this tour,, the album and show, 100% pure class, though I wish you’d put cloak and dagger on it, excellent song, will you be doing a deluxe version of this album.?
    All the best, and thanks for all the years of brilliant music,

  5. I dearly loved this LP, so much great music with Tony Martin and Eric Singer!

    More please!

  6. What are you waiting yo regoin with Tonny Martin?

  7. Absolutely great album! Loved every track of it. Indeed would be great to have a reunion with Tony Martin and when you do, please come and play in the Netherlands!

  8. This was the album that reinstated the band’s reputation and restored faith amongst fans, there was a chemistry and hunger evident throughout the making of HC and the subsequent tour. Tony Martin was very well received by all and Cozy Powell’s commitment to the cause of putting Sabbath back on the International map was key. HC stands up well after 3 decades.

  9. I learned a lot of my drumming skills from many drummers and one of them who stood out the most was Cozy Powell. I love the thunderous sounds he makes on this album. May he rest in peace. I even named one of my drum solos after him called, “Pounding the Heavens.”

  10. Oh, yes how rude of me. Tony, you are my favorite guitarist of all time and of course Black Sabbath is my ultimate favorite too. Got to see you back in 1999 reunion tour in Toronto, Ontario. As usual you were very exceptional and a master of his own trade. Love your novel too. Now it’s time for you and Mr. Martin to kick some ass again. I think you should create a sound like you did on the fused album, heavy, crisp and up to date. Take care and all the best and best wishes from Newfoundland, Canada.

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