In the interview with Metal Hammer, Black Sabbath's vocalist Ozzy Osbourne says that the band is ready to begin work on a new album and go to the farewell tour.
"The whole Sabbath experience this time around was great," says Ozzy. "We all made friends, we didn't fuck around, we all knew that we had a job to do, and we did it. It was a lot of fun. So we're going to do one more album, and a final tour. Once the dust settled after the last tour we started discussing the idea, because we were getting asked about it all the time. I said to Sharon 'What's going on? Because if there's no more Sabbath I want to get on with my own thing again' and she came back and said 'Let me look into it.' Three weeks later I asked her about it again, and she said 'Oh, I still have to talk to so and so...' and I said 'Sharon, I ain't fucking 21 any more, if we're going to do it I want to do it before I'm 70!' Time isn't on our side! So she made the call and came back and said 'Yeah, the record company wants another album.' I believe Rick Rubin is going to do it with us again."
According to Metal Hammer, the musician says that sessions will begin early in 2015. We would like to remind, that Black Sabbath's guitarist Tony Iommi said that their show at The British Summer Time festival on July 4 could be the last for the band, cause of his health problems.
Source: Metal Hammer