Terence “Geezer” Butler is a founding member and bassist for the groundbreaking heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Renowned for his metal fingerstyle bass playing, Geezer was also the main lyricist in Black Sabbath, penning almost all the band’s verses that drew heavily upon his fascination with the black occult, mysticism, and religion. The band’s 1970 commercial breakthrough album Paranoid gave them world-wide recognition with hits like “Paranoid”, “War Pigs” and “Iron Man”.

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From his early days in Paolka Tulk and Earth, later to be known as Black Sabbath, the extraordinary story of one of rock music’s biggest icon’s – the booming bass behind the ground breaking sound – Geezer Butler is much more than just Black Sabbath’s bassist. Geezer’s lyrics spawned the blackness that metalheads hold dear. From the early days and the criticism the band had, Geezer’s lyrics and thumping bass tell their own story, but here we discover the man, and what drove him personally and professionally.