Watch Black Sabbath Tear Through Bittersweet "Paranoid" at Final Concert | Revolver

Watch Black Sabbath Tear Through Bittersweet "Paranoid" at Final Concert

Purple balloons, black confetti and plenty of tears

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.