Sunday night in the heart of the bible belt, about 400 family and friends were observing the Sabbath in one of Nashville’s most iconic places of worship, the Exit/In. Preaching the evils of the fast food industry, “drive thru metal” pioneers MacSabbath brought one of the most entertaining tour lineups to the stage that I’ve experienced in my 40+ years on this planet for the American Cheese Tour. Joined by Homer Simpson’s favorite Christian neighbor Ned Flanders, well the five Ned Flanders of OkillyDokilly to be exact, and fun-loving punk outfit PlayboyManbaby, the mix of raucous comedy and iconic BlackSabbath riffs kept the heads banging and the pit swirling the entire night. Continue reading →
Prepare yourself for one of the most entertaining tour lineups of the year. These bands, one of which is inspired by McDonald’s and Black Sabbath and the other is dedicated to The Simpson’s favorite Christian neighbor Ned Flanders aren’t all comedy; they are also talented musicians that dominate the stage in every way possible. While these acts are comical just to think about in the way they are themed they take their music seriously and are made up of talented musicians. Continue reading →
Not one for usually liking surprises, watch the hilarious moment when Ozzy Osbourne Prince of Darkness finally met Mac Sabbath! In the previously unreleased clip from Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour, three generations of the Osbournes – Ozzy Osbourne, Jack Osbourne and Jack’s daughter witness an exclusive performance by the fast food-parody kings for the very first time.
Appearing from behind a red and yellow striped curtain, Ronald Osbourne and the fry-guys Slayer MacCheeze, Grimalice and the Cat Burglar kick straight into “Frying Pan”,their hilarious reimagining of one of Sabbaths greatest hits “Iron Man”. Complete with a burning frying pan, a smoking grill, bouncing burgers, and other bizarre on-stage drive-thru theatrics, Ozzy won’t be forgetting this surreal surprise in a hurry! Continue reading →
Fast food-themed Black Sabbath cover kings Mac Sabbath are thrilled to announce even more upcoming tour dates! On February 15, the band will kick off the co-headline U.S. “I Got A Bad Feeling About This Tour” with intergalactic metal band Galactic Empire, beginning in Cleveland, Ohio and coming to an end on March 12 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mac Sabbath will also perform several solo dates leading up to and after the close of the tour. See below for all confirmed tour dates (please note that dates only featuring Galactic Empire are not included below). Tickets are available via each venue. Continue reading →