February 2, 2013 by Dan Swinhoe
Could be one of many reasons. Sabbath were at their lowest ebb when Tony joined the band, with Grunge and Hair Metal making what was a 20-year-old band look very dated. Their label at the time, IRS, was tiny, and has since folded, so getting hold of the records is a struggle at best. But most of all it might be because Black Sabbath have seemingly ignored the entire decade he was with the band, seemingly making an effort to expunge him from their history.
In this interview he speaks about his time in Black Sabbath, his legacy, and his latest solo endeavours.