Black Sabbath decided to reform two weeks ago, according to MetalTalk.net.
The original line-up of Ozzy Osbourne, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, and Tony Iommi, will go on tour, and haven't ruled out the prospect of recording a new album.
Sabbath have been in an unnamed rehearsal studio in the Midlands, and are getting ready for the road.
There has been speculation that the band would reform following the passing away of Ronnie James Dio last year, who replaced Ozzy Osbourne after he was kicked out of the band in 1979.
Geezer Butler has always denied that a reunion will ever happen, even as recently as February of this year. Thankfully for Sabbath fans, he has gone back on his words, and the band look set to go on tour, possibly later this year, or in 2012.
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