10 Things You Need To Know About The Black Sabbath album Dehumanizer
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1. The Black Sabbath album “Dehumanizer” was released in 1992.
2. This was the first album to feature Ronnie James Dio on lead vocals since he rejoined the band in 1991.
3. The guitar work on the album is some of the best ever heard from Black Sabbath.
After all the dead was most reminiscent of true doom metal. Whereas songs like “TV Crimes” were one of the heaviest sounding tracks, though more commercially oriented.
4. The album was a return to Sabbath’s heavier roots after the more commercially oriented “Heaven and Hell” and “Mob Rules” albums.
5. “Dehumanizer” was the last Black Sabbath album to feature original drummer Bill Ward.
6. The album was not well received by critics at the time but has since been hailed as a metal classic.
7. The song “TV Crimes” was reportedly written about Ozzy Osbourne’s reality TV show “The Osbournes”.
8. Ronnie James Dio has said that the album’s title refers to the loss of humanity in the modern world. “After All the Dead” is a tribute to all of the musicians who have died over the years. The album’s artwork was created by longtime Black Sabbath collaborator Hugh Syme.
9. Black Sabbath toured extensively in support of “Dehumanizer”, including headlining the 1992 Lollapalooza festival.
10. “Dehumanizer” was the final Black Sabbath album to feature Ronnie James Dio before he left the band for good in 1993.