Signals From Mars – Episode 336 – Black Sabbath Trivia Tuesday

Signals From Mars Episode 336 Black Sabbath Trivia Tuesday

SIGNALS FROM MARS BLACK SABBATH TRIVIA TUESDAY | MARCH 28, 2023

In this episode of Signals From Mars, we bring you the latest edition of Signals From Mars Trivia Tuesday. This episode was originally recorded on March 28th, 2023.

This episode is 15 Black Sabbath questions that range from pretty easy, to super hard.

Black Sabbath is a pioneering heavy metal band that formed in Birmingham, England in 1968. The original lineup included guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler, drummer Bill Ward, and vocalist Ozzy Osbourne.

The band is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential groups in the history of heavy metal. Their music often featured dark, foreboding themes and heavy, down-tuned riffs that helped to define the genre.

Some of their most famous songs include “Iron Man,” “War Pigs,” and “Paranoid.” Black Sabbath released their self-titled debut album in 1970, which is often cited as the first true heavy metal album.

Over the years, the band went through a number of lineup changes, with Ozzy Osbourne being replaced by Ronnie James Dio, then by Ian Gillan, and later by Tony Martin. They also experimented with different styles and sounds, incorporating elements of progressive rock, hard rock, and even disco.

Black Sabbath officially retired in 2017 after a farewell tour, but their legacy as pioneers of heavy metal music continues to live on.

Contestants jockey for position answering hard rock and metal-related questions. The quicker you answer the more points you get…or lose! So, it’s not as simple as just answering the questions correctly, you also have to be the quickest to do so. 

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Signals From Mars Trivia Tuesday on Twitch is a weekly live show where I throw out a bunch of hard rock and metal trivia questions to the audience.

Not only do you need to know the correct answer, but you also need to be the quickest to answer correctly. The faster you answer, the more points you obtain. But answer wrong, and you’ll lose points.

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