The end of the era comes less than two years later, when Black Sabbath released his “last” 70s album with Ozzy Osbourne on vocals, Never Say Die. If Osbourne doesn’t come back, they’ll hire Dave Walker, ex-Savoy Brown and Fleetwood Mac to work with them on “Never Say Die”, after writing a lot of songs, Osbourne wanted him to write “Sabbath”, but he wrote the song and sent it to her. In 2013, Black Sabbath 13, his first studio album with Osborne as a singer in 35 years. But the push didn’t last long, and the tour with Van Halen provoked Black Sabbath, whose revolutionary sound passed to a new kind of guitar hero led by Eddie Van Halen. The rest of Black Saturday was fun for Osborne, but he didn’t want to wait another six months for he to finish. No one could hold candles for “their” first six albums, but in 1976 bad contracts, accounting fraud, alcoholism and drug addiction, as well as complete mental and physical exhaustion soon began to undermine the knots. John Wiederhorn, co-author of Loudwire: The Definitive Oral History of Metal, and co-author of Scott Ian’s autobiography, I’m human: The story of this guy from Anthrax and Al Jourgensen’s autobiography, Ministry: The Lost Gospels of My Frontensen and Agnot! Split up, brave and glorious. The band started working on Never Say Die in January 1978, at a time when several members of “Louie, Louie” could play, let alone write a new album. Eventually, Osborne met his bandmates again at Sound Interchange Studios in Toronto, Ontario, and followed most of their “votes for Never Tell Death”! At the time, Black Sabbath didn’t want to go on without his “own” singer. Although many criticized the winding composition of Never Say Die and the absence of aggression, Ward defended the album and claimed that the jazz adventure tours in “Johnny Blade” and “Air Dance” were innovative and original. It was a disaster, and it took time to prepare for the first stage because singer Ozzy Osborne wasn’t w he was. Black Saturday took three months after Father Osborne died. One day Osborne showed up and told his “colleagues” that he would resign and disappear again. Thanks to the single under the same title, Hard Rock, who at the same time was rock, optimistic and free, or brass and keyboards, Never Say Die! was pressed by the rock radio and made his “own” debut on No. I’m sure he will have a great success.