Black Sabbath unveil new video for 'Loner' – watch

The track features on the band's recent comeback album '13'

Black Sabbath have unveiled the video for their track 'Loner' – watch it above.

The song features on the band's most recent album '13', their first studio album since 1978's 'Never Say Die!'.

The video is tied with the release of a forthcoming Black Sabbath live DVD, which features footage filmed on April 29 and May 1 (2012) during the band's reunion tour in Melbourne, Australia and features performances of tracks from '13' alongside classic songs such as 'Paranoid' and 'War Pigs'.

The DVD Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses will be released on November 25. A live CD of the gigs will also be released on the same date.

Black Sabbath are currently touring in South America before they return to Europe in November and December.

The Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses DVD and Blu-Ray tracklisting is:

'War Pigs'
'Into The Void'
'Loner'
'Snowblind'
'Black Sabbath'
'Behind The Wall Of'
'NIB'
'Methademic'
'Fairies Wear Boots'
'Symptom Of The Universe'
'Iron Man'
'End Of The Beginning'
'Children Of The Grave'
'God Is Dead?'
'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Intro)'
'Paranoid'


The 'Black Sabbath: Live…Gathered in Their Masses' CD tracklisting is:

'War Pigs'
'Loner'
'Black Sabbath'
'Methademic'
'NIB'
'Iron Man'
'End Of The Beginning'
'Fairies Wear Boots'
'God Is Dead?'
'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Intro)'
'Paranoid'


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