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Black Sabbath To Premiere New Track 'End Of The Beginning' On CSI Next Week

Friday, 10 May 2013 Written by Jon Stickler

Black Sabbath are to premiere a brand new song from their forthcoming album '13' on CSI next week. 

Titled 'End Of The Beginning', the band perform the track in the CSI Season 13 finale on Wednesday 15th May on CBS at 10pm ET/PT, and it premieres in the UK on Channel 5 on Tuesday 21st May at 9pm

Here's a behind-the-scenes clip from the episode, featuring an interview with Ozzy, Geezer and Tony. It also features Ted Danson (Cheers) who plays D.B Russell in the series.

The album '13' will be released on Vertigo on June 10th. As anticipation for the new album continues to grow, Black Sabbath have confirmed dates for a December UK arena tour. 

Black Sabbath UK Tour Dates are as follows

Tue December 10th 2013 - O2 Arena, London
Thu December 12th 2013 - Odyssey Arena, Belfast
Sat December 14th 2013 - Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
Mon December 16th 2013 - Hydro Arena, Glasgow
Wed December 18th 2013 - Apollo Manchester, Manchester
Fri December 20th 2013 - LG Arena, Birmingham
Sun December 22nd 2013 - National Indoor Arena, Birmingham

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