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    Black Sabbath toured through Costa RicaThe Costa Rica News (TCRN) – On Tuesday, the band that pioneered metal music, Black Sabbath, performed at the National Stadium of Costa Rico in San José, in front of thousands of fans.

    Formed in 1969, Black Sabbath is recognized as one of the bands who invented the sound that is now known as “metal” and, no doubt, thousands of Costa Ricans felt the excitement exerted by this legendary band, which gave its first performance in the country on Tuesday.

    The stadium gates were opened in the early afternoon so that fans who had already been waiting in line to enter could find their space to see the awaited concert.

    According to organizers, RPMTV, the show had sold a total of 16,000 tickets.

    Once Megadeth opened by playing their hit “Trash Metal”, the audience jumped up and sang along with Dave Mustaine, guitarist, while trying to take pictures on their phones.

    As Megadeth was finishing, people were still entering the stadium.

    Suddenly, dropped a blackness covered the whole arena and the evil laugh of Ozzy Osbourne was heard, who at 64 years old is still the undisputed leader of the Black Sabbath.

    Some of the hits that the band played included, “Into the Void”, “NIB”, “Children of the Grave”, and most recognized, “Iron Man”, as well as three songs from their most recent release, “13”.

    A long wait for many fans had finally ended as you heard the roar of the audience when Osbourne said goodbye and promised to return. (EFE)

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