The band's sixth studio album, Sabotage was released on 27 June 1975. Rolling Stone stating "Sabotage is not only Black Sabbath's best record since Paranoid, it might be their best ever", though later reviews noted that "the magical chemistry that made such albums as Paranoid and Volume 4 so special was beginning to disintegrate". Songs such as "Hole in the Sky", and "Symptom of the Universe" became live favourites. Black Sabbath toured in support of Sabotage with openers Kiss, but were forced to cut the tour short in November 1975, following a motorcycle accident in which Osbourne ruptured a muscle in his back.
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