Thursday, February 2, 2012

Sabbatum

Twelve Black Sabbath classics sang in Latin and performed on medieval instruments by five brilliant Estonian musicians calling themselves Rondellus. Why wouldn't you want to hear this?

9 comments:

Noah Coleman said...

holy shit, thank you for posting this. i'm pretty sure this is going to make my day.

Dr. Pete said...

This is an amazing find.

Geoffrey said...

MAN!! I really wish I worked at a coffee shop because if I did, I would play this 24/7!!

Daniel Menche said...

Much better than this string quartet tribute to Slayer....

http://youtu.be/WLtqLbYPD5E

hhhaaaooonnn said...

righteous share. thank you much.
(It's a snow-day. I'm taking this to the local haunt/coffee shop to try to convince them to play it while I caffeinate.)

east kansas banger said...

that version of Planet Caravan is stunning.

Pete said...

Have you heard of Casualties of Jazz-Kind of Black? Jazz tribute to Sabbath, lots of Fender Rhodes, not too shabby.

Gary Sisco said...

Thanks for this. You have one of the most interesting blogs on the net.

Addison said...

enjoying this lately as well, "a national acrobat" sounds mint! thanx