Black Sabbath's new documentary The End of the End takes an up-close-and-personal look at the legends' farewell show last February, in their hometown of Birmingham, England. Obviously, no farewell from Ozzy and Co. would be complete without an impassioned run-through of "Paranoid" — which is exactly what the band have given us today, in the form of a stunningly shot performance clip.
It's a fitting send-off, to say the least: The icons tear through their 1970 staple with relish, amidst a maelstrom purple balloons and black confetti. "You are the fucking finest, the best," a sweat-drenched and visibly emotional Ozzy tells the jubilant crowd as the song winds down. "I love you all."
On the heels of its one-night-only cinematic premiere September 23rd, The End of the End will see a widespread release November 17th. Available in the usual formats (DVD/Blu-Ray/CD/Vinyl), the physical version comes bundled with "The Angelic Sessions," a bonus disc containing five hits Sabbath re-recorded after their curtain call ("The Wizard," "Wicked World," "Sweet Leaf," "Tomorrow's Dream" and "Changes"). There's also the limited-edition box set version, which throws in a a 32-page book, a metal Winged Demon pin back, three plectrums and a replica of The End tour laminate, all housed in a sleek mirror-board box.