Discography

1970’s

Black Sabbath Paranoid Master of Reality Volume 4 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Sabotage Funkist We Sold our Soul Technical Ecstasyquartz1977  Never Say Die!

1980’s

Heaven & Hell Live at Last Heavy Metal Soundtrack Mob Rules liveevil Born Again Seventh Star The Eternal Idol Headless Cross Rock Aid Armenia

1990’s

Guitar Speak II Tyr The Stonk Wayne's World Dehumanizer Live And Loud Death & Progress Cross Purposes Cross Purposes Live Forbidden The Carnival Bizarre Between Heaven & Hell The Sabbath Stones Twang! The Ozzman Cometh reunion Orexis of Death

2000’s

iommi Party at the Palace Past Lives symptomoftheuniverse Black Box
DEP Sessions Fused greatesthits2006 Gillan's Inn The Dio Years

liveathammersmith radiocitymusichall The Rules of Hell metalxmas Legacy The Devil You Know Greatest Hits 2009

2010’s

neonnights whocares ironman whocaresalbum_large vinylcollection

13 complete7078 Complete Albums 70-78

Additional

dorians Tony also co-wrote (but did not play) the song “Lonely Planet” with the band “The Dorians” for the 2013 Eurovision Contest.

7 Comments

  1. Although this may sound like I’m taking the p this is a genuine question.
    I’m a guitarist who has lost a portion of my right index finger. I know Toni had to deal with finger damage (much more serious than mine). I can still play but it does cause problems. Can he offer any advice about where to go for prothetics?
    Any pointers as to where to start looking?
    Many Thanks
    Glyn

  2. I am 57, and grew up listening to Back Sabbath, and back in the 70’s, when I heard the song Warning, that sealed it for me. Toni Iommi is by far the greatest rock guitarist of all time, and he keeps getting better, a true natural giutarist. Now I need to put the headphones on, and rock out to some of his tunes. Thank God I don’t have to work today, because there are so many great ones.
    Thank you Toni
    Pete

  3. Tony Iommi Is The Best Guitar Player In The World! I Have Met Tony Twice Before. I Will Never Forget It!

  4. 1998. My life was quite normal, I was a 18 year-old student who always dreamt to play the guitar in a rock band. But I felt I needed some inspiration to write some songs, it was lacking something. So, in a day in that year, I borrowed the Sabbath Stones, a collection of Black Sabbath classics from a classmate. My world instantly turned upside down when I listened to its first song, which was Headless Cross. What a riff! I listened to the entire album and I got caught by the fourteen songs on it. Later, I bought my first guitar, founded my own band and Tony Iommi has always been my source of inspiration to write my own tracks since then

    Thank you my idol, you are the Almighty Riffmaster and the Supreme Inventor of Heavy Metal. You shall ever be the heaviest of the heavy.

  5. Saw you play Dunedin NZ, my life is now complete.
    That show was the perfect performance from all of you. Thank you for what was a brilliant show.
    I do apologise for apathetic Nz students who may not have appreciated the setlist as much as I did. I did make sure to stomp on/ punch a few whilst trying to signal my appreciation. Cheers Tony, pass on my regards to Geezer, Ozzy and all the crew.

  6. Tony, why did you have to go and do Bill Ward like that? I wanted Black Sabbath, not some bozo behind you monkeying what Bill might have done. Why do you guys do Bill like that?
    You dont call him for Ozzfest even. Then have your wifes/managers reply to him with official faxes. Then you call him that everyone missed him. Are you like taking the mickey? Then this BS about Bill not cutting it.
    Anyway, so I needa know why d’you do Bill so rotten-like?

  7. I’m surprised this doesn’t include his live TV recording with Jethro Tull

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