Vintage Black Sabbath "Technical Ecstasy" Tour T-Shirt
Black Sabbath's seventh album Technical Ecstasy was released in 1976. The album was a bit of a departure for the heavy metal gods, as they ventured into, as the album title stated, more technical territory. The tour featured two legs, a North American run featured Ted Nugent and Journey opening and a European run featuring AC/DC. Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler allegedly pointed a switchblade at AC/DC's Malcolm Young in Switzerland, or perhaps it was a switchblade comb, and the tensions never subsided for the two for the rest of the tour. But don't worry, this baby blue vintage Black Sabbath tour shirt, nicely worn and in great condition, won't start you any beef, that is unless you start to argue about what your favorite Sabbath record is.