Imagine if Black Sabbath had not been the product of the late sixties industrial heartland of England’s West Midlandsbut had instead found themselves growing up in Detroit! This is the sound that he might have found himselves making. And the fact that this pan-continental, cross-genre shift never happened meant that Sabatta was free to forge a sound that combines doom-riffed heavy-metal and funky grooves, rock intensity and soulful licks, and make it all his own…

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