There is no "Paranoid" or "Iron Man" without Black Sabbath. But did their hot flame burn out too soon?
<p><strong></strong><em>Breaking The Band: Black Sabbath</em> uses re-enactments and stories told by industry experts to clarify what led the band and Ozzy Osbourne to go their separate ways. <br/></p><p>One major factor was the constant out-of-control partying with an endless supply of drugs, alcohol, and women. The band's most famous member, <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=Ozzy+Osbourne" target="_blank">Ozzy Osbourne</a>, would especially partake in the madness. But what might come as a surprise to some people, Ozzy would take a break when his family came to visit.</p><p>Biographer Steven Rosen reveals, "Ozzy's wife Thelma came out for a few days to visit... He put aside the booze and the drugs, and then once she went back home, I think he probably pursued all the craziness once again." </p><p><em>Breaking The Band: Black Sabbath </em>will have even more stories about the band led by the Prince of Darkness himself. Check it out Sunday, December 6th, on <a href="https://celebritypage.com/search/?q=REELZ" target="_blank">Reelz</a>.<br/></p>
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