It was late on the thirteenth of February 2016 when I joined the crowd that filled the Mandalay Bay Arena in Las Vegas. The intro band had ended, and the lights had all gone out. The sound of rain and church bells filled the air as the crowd grew louder in their cheers. The curtain over the stage showed the name ‘Black Sabbath’ in flames.
Suddenly, the opening chords to ‘Black Sabbath’ rang through the air, and the curtain vanished to reveal the band in all its glory. On the left was Tony Iommi and the right Geezer Butler, with the drummer Tommy Clufetos stationed behind them. But that wasn’t where I was looki