A new interview with hard rock/classic rock vocalist Tony Martin has been posted online.
Although his most recent work is with European guitarist Dario Mollo (released under the Mollo-Martin name), Tony Martin will be best known to many as having been the vocalist with Black Sabbath during the late 80s/early 90s, even though his tenure with the band tends to be the most overlooked.
Between 1987 and 1995, Martin recorded five studio albums with Sabbath, the second of which, 1989’s ‘Headless Cross’ is arguably the best known. To date, most of Martin’s albums with Black Sabbath have not received the deluxe reissue treatment, with 1987’s ‘Eternal Idol’ being the only one currently on catalogue.
Near the end of 2011, Tony Martin announced tentative plans to reissue his hard to find solo record from 1992.