Black Sabbath : Hand of Doom 1970 - 1978 Picture Disc Box Set

Black Sabbath : Hand of Doom 1970 – 1978 Picture Disc Box Set

Black Sabbath’s “Hand of Doom” Vinyl Box Set: 

The “Hand of Doom” Picture Disc Vinyl Box Set, a collection that celebrates the band’s golden era from 1970 to 1978.

Formed in 1968 by the iconic quartet – Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward, Black Sabbath’s sound was unlike anything the world had ever heard. Their groundbreaking music in the 1970s not only set the benchmark for heavy metal but also ignited the passion of countless fans across generations.

What’s Inside the “Hand of Doom”?

This exclusive set, limited to just 3,000 copies, brings together eight of Black Sabbath’s classic albums, all on picture disc vinyl for the very first time. From their self-titled debut in 1970 to the powerful “Never Say Die!” in 1978, this collection is a testament to the band’s enduring legacy.

Albums included:

“Black Sabbath” (1970)
“Paranoid” (1970)
“Master Of Reality” (1971)
“Vol 4” (1972)
“Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” (1973)
“Sabotage” (1975)
“Technical Ecstasy” (1976)
“Never Say Die!” (1978)

Each vinyl boasts the album’s artwork on Side A, with select albums featuring the original back album artwork or an era-specific band photo on Side B. And as a cherry on top, the set comes with a vibrant poster of the band, captured in Los Angeles during their “Vol 4” recording sessions in 1972.

A Decade of Iconic Hits

The “Hand of Doom” collection encapsulates Black Sabbath’s meteoric rise in the 1970s. Starting with hits like “Black Sabbath” and “N.I.B.” from their debut LP, the journey continues with chart-toppers like “War Pigs” and “Iron Man” from “Paranoid”. And who can forget classics like “Snowblind”, “Supernaut”, “Symptom Of The Universe”, and “Hole In The Sky”?

This limited-edition box set will be available from December 1st exclusively in the UK, EU, and all territories outside North America via BMG.

Phil Aston | Now Spinning Magazine

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