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Dehumanizer is the sixteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, released in 1992.

It is the first (and also, the last) album in over a decade to feature Ronnie James Dio and Vinny Appice. Initial writing and demo sessions at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham featured Cozy Powell and bootlegs exist.

Album information Both lyrically and musically, it is considered one of Sabbath's heaviest albums. Song themes vary from a computer worshipped as a god, to televangelists… read more



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  • Fix the tracklist. "(2011 - remaster)" that is ridiculous, you dumbass lost.fm.
  • Ridiculously underrated [5]
  • Ridiculously underrated.
  • Brought back the glorious doom of yesteryears with the ever-powerful Dio once more in the front. After All (The Dead) hits harder than anything else they've done. Top-fuckin'-notch record!
  • I wouldn't go so far as to call this one my favorite, but it's really, really good. Dio sounds very focused and energetic, the band sounds full-bodied and powerful and the songwriting is pretty good throughout. I know a lot of people don't think too much of these later albums, but I really wonder how many people who claim not to like post-Ozzy Sabbath simply haven't given the records a listen and are simply parroting the criticisms they've heard from music journalists and fans. Great record with a bunch of dark, ass-kicking songs.
  • This is probably my favourite Black Sabbath album. The darkest and heaviest album since Born Again and maybe the scariest Sabbath album ever... Definitely better than Mob Rules. I love Tony Martin era - some of it's songs are better then on Dehumanizer, but the bleak atmosphere and so damn heavy guitars and drums with top-notch pissed off vocals by Ronnie James Dio makes it a winner !!! <3
  • Ridiculously underrated. [3]
  • Wow. Great Album. Dio is perfect as always!

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