A Knight's Tale

Tony Iommi is in his hotel room overlooking Hyde Park. Surveying the scene, he says: “This interview… I have to admit I’ve never been so nervous in my life about anything!”

Tony Iommi. Founding father of metal. And he’s nervous. About what? About meeting a giant, a man whose career started long before Tony first picked up a guitar...

Do not miss this issue of Metal Hammer Magazine for the coolest interview ever. It was in a fact that Sir Christopher, the man responsible, along with Tony Ioomi for the birth of a style of music which became known as Heavy Metal.

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5 June 2010 - 11:37pm
Isabel Alves's picture

Justified nervousness, seeing her on this side.

8 June 2010 - 7:52am
Jacob Remery's picture

Christopher Lee and the best guitar player in the world from the best band ever (Black Sabbath) in one room....If there was a moment i could wish for being a fly on the wall, it would be that moment!

Amazing!

15 June 2010 - 6:29am
Alys's picture

Good interview!  I bought the magazine - astonishing.......

7 October 2010 - 2:59am
Bill Petersen's picture

Amazing seeing Tony Iommi and Sir Chris Lee hanging out together. That's so kool.. I'd kill just to meet both of them... I have never seen Chris Lee in person before, but I've seen Tony Iommi jam with Black Sabbath on at least four occasions since 1984.... AWESOME collaboration.... Cheers...

 

MR.BILL

Raleigh, N.C.

23 December 2011 - 5:44am
kith's picture

the best guitar player in the Zoloft dosage world from the best band ever (Black Sabbath) in one room....If there was a moment i could wish for being a fly on the wall, it would be that moment!

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