Henry Rollins on Black Sabbath Album Every Music Fan Should Own

Henry Rollins might have cut his teeth in the hardcore-punk scene with Black Flag, but when pressed to choose one record that changed the way he thought about song arrangement and the rhythm section's job to create "a real wallop," the singer points to a heavy-metal classic: Black Sabbath's Master of Reality. Watch Rollins detail why Sabbath's third album is the pinnacle of their influential catalog, extol the virtues of his "favorite rhythm section in rock & roll" Geezer Butler and Bill Ward, praise Tony Iommi's "lava" tone and explain why this record was "very, very important to me when I was playing five shows a night." Sponsored by The Sound of Vinyl