Jo Schüftan of Horns Up Rocks! conducted an interview with legendary heavy metal bassist Geezer Butler (BLACK SABBATH, HEAVEN HELL) and Wendy Dio, wife/manager of late HEAVEN HELL/BLACK SABBATH singer Ronnie James Dio, at the third annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which was held on April 20 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles, California. You can now watch the chat below.
Butler‘s latest solo album, “Ohmwork”, was released in May 2005 via Sanctuary Records. Geezer‘s first album in eight years, “Ohmwork” was the bassist’s third solo band release. His first project under the GZR banner was 1995’s “Plastic Planet” while 1997’s “Black Science” was credited to GEEZER. Guitarist Pedro Howse worked on all three albums, while vocalist Clark Brown performed on “Ohmwork” and the aforementioned “Black Science”.