Black Sabbath Reveal Details Of Tony Martin Era Box Set ‘Anno Domini 1989-1995’

Black Sabbath have revealed the details of a Tony Martin era box set Anno Domini 1989-1995.

The box set focuses on Black Sabbath’s time with Martin, the band’s second-longest-serving singer.

A new collection that brings four albums back into print after an extended absence, Anno Domini 1989-1995 will be available from Rhino on May 31 in 4-LP and 4-CD configurations.

The set contains newly remastered versions of Headless Cross (1989), Tyr (1990), and Cross Purposes (1994), plus a new version of Forbidden (1995) that the band’s founder and guitarist Tony Iommi remixed specially for the collection.

The box set is available to pre-order at

Speaking about Forbidden, which was the band’s 18th studio album, Iommi said, “I was never happy with the guitar sound, and Cozy was definitely never happy with the drum sound. So, I thought it would be nice to do it for him in a way.”

He adds, “I just felt that, without changing any of the songs, there was an opportunity to go back and bring out some of the sounds and make it more what people would expect Sabbath to sound like.”

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