After years of waiting, Black Sabbath has finally reissued their Tony Martin-material both physically and on all streaming services! For those unaware, Martin sang for Black Sabbath between 1987 and 1991, and then again between 1993 and 1997. Martin‘s discography with the band includes The Eternal Idol, Headless Cross, Tyr, Cross Purposes, and Forbidden, all of which were largely unavailable on any format until now (The Eternal Idol has been on streaming services for years).

Now go experience the majesty that is Tony Martin-era Black Sabbath below! As always, I recommend people start with Tyr – it’s a doom album if you’ve ever heard one.

As for the box set, it features newly remastered versions of the Tony Martin-era albums – Headless Cross from 1989, Tyr from 1990, and Cross Purposes from 1994 alongside a completely remixed and remastered version of the 1995 album Forbidden by guitarist Tony Iommi.

The CD version of also offers up the B-side “Cloak & Dagger” and the Japan-only releases “What’s The Use” and “Loser Gets It All”. A booklet comes with the set featuring photos, artwork, and liner notes by Hugh Gilmour. The collection also contains a Headless Cross poster and a replica concert book from the Headless Cross tour.

Get it here.

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