Album: 13 (2013)
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  • Black Sabbath debuted this song about the scourge of methamphetamine addiction on April 29, 2013 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. It was included as a bonus track on the Deluxe Edition of their 13 album.

    Ozzy Osbourne has admitted to taking not just meth, but dizzying amounts of cocaine, alcohol, prescription drugs, and even cough syrup (sometimes at the same time). Earlier in April, Ozzy admitted that he had relapsed and had been taking drugs and drinking for the previous year and a half.

Comments: 4

  • Dan Gillespy from Courtenay BcA very good Black Sabbath song about a scary drug called Crystal Meth.
  • TomsoundmusicBest song about meth ever written, music is spot on tweeking full speed ahead, awesome!
  • Ded Jim from SanbernMeth destroyed me, pot helps stay away but the damage is done. God help us all with this horrible drug, God bless u all
  • Tameron from Taft , CaSo very sad but true.
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