Quote: "I’m always feeling around for lumps and bumps, and so I’m never comfortable. I had a friend that went into remission and she planned a big party, and then the cancer came back. You just never know. It’s just one of those things." Black Sabbath star Tony Iommi refuses to accept he's won his cancer battle following the news it's in remission.
Quote: "We were young blokes, doing what young blokes do. Nobody could control anyone else. I was doing coke left, right and centre, and Quaaludes, and God knows what else. We used to have it (cocaine) flown in by private plane." Tony Iommi recalls Black Sabbath's wild days in the early 1970s.
Quote: "It's different altogether now. We've got much more of a thing going... We can't afford to leave it any longer; we'll all probably be dead soon. So, while we still can play and sing then we've gotta do it." Rocker Tony Iommi insists the timing is perfect for a new Black Sabbath album.
Quote: "I got one of those cycle horns a few months ago and I was with Bill... I got behind him and pressed this horn, it was bloody piercing... Bill leapt out of his seat and said, 'I don't suppose it's worth reminding you I've got a heart problem!'" Tony Iommi is unable to pull pranks on Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward anymore.
Quote: "At the moment we're in talks... but what's gonna happen with it, I don't know. There's no definite decision on anything at the moment, but at least it's going... We're all talking to each other. We've met up, had a play (rehearsal), and it was great... We're taking it steady, because these things have a tendency to backfire." Rocker Tony Iommi on plans for another Black Sabbath reunion.