11:53 - Overrwatcher If it is consensual and the face-in-crotch woman agreed to it, cool. Otherwise, not cool. I don't trust comments with no accounts, I could have claimed to be her and nobody would know the difference.
11:15 - M C Vice Some of the comments seem to be implying the audience groping was part of the act.
10:40 - Overrwatcher You're entering a BLACK METAL concert. It's not going to be a joy ride. She should have just left if she was unhappy about the blood. I'm PC as fuck but the entire world isn't a safe space.
10:36 - Overrwatcher About that article: The actual theatrics sounded cool, the face-in-crotch is what the fuck and completely uncalled for. Blood is metal as fuck. Sexual assault not so much.
Heavy metal legends Black Sabbath will mark the release of their new album 13 with a special live event the day of the album's release in the US (June 11th). Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler will participate in the Black Sabbath Town Hall via Google+ Hangout streamed live on YouTube and Google+ and broadcast live on Ozzy's Boneyard on SiriusXM at 7:00 p.m. ET. Ozzy and Geezer will appear from the live event at Angel Orensanz Foundation For Contemporary Art, with Tony Iommi beaming in from Birmingham, England, while 13 drummer Brad Wilk and Ozzy's son Jack Osbourne (who directed the clips to launch the album) will join live face-to-face via Google+ Hangout from Los Angeles.
The event will be hosted by comedian Jim Norton. Viewers around the world can join the celebration via http://www.youtube.com/officialsabbath. The event will also air live on Ozzy Osbourne's SiriusXM channel Ozzy's Boneyard, via satellite on channel 38, and through the SiriusXM Internet radio app on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at SiriusXM.com.
Furthermore, the band will be premiering their brand new video for the single "God Is Dead?" on June 17th.