HEAVEN & HELL's IOMMI: We've Got Enough Ideas To Make Another Album If We Wanted
Gary Graff of Billboard.com reports: "The Devil You Know" is either the first album by HEAVEN & HELL or the third studio set from the third lineup of BLACK SABBATH. Either way, guitarist Tony Iommi says there's much more where that came from.
"There were loads of ideas," Iommi tells Billboard.com. "We've got enough to make another album if we wanted. We probably wouldn't use that stuff again, but we had more than enough" for "The Devil You Know". Iommi says the remaining material are "ideas — a verse or a riff, lots of bits, really." But he adds that with "The Devil You Know" just coming out Tuesday, HEAVEN & HELL isn't close to thinking about a next album.
"We're gonna be pretty tied up in touring for a bit," Iommi says, "and then when it comes to what we're gonna do afterwards, I don't know — but I'm sure we'll sort that out."
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