See The Cover Of Black Sabbath Bassist Geezer Butler’s ‘Into The Void’ Autobiography
Your wait is almost over. Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler‘s autobiography, “Into The Void: From Birth To Black Sabbath – And Beyond”, is being released on June 6 (via HarperCollins imprint Dey Street Books)!
Butler said, “After spending my entire life creating memories, to eventually set aside how reserved I am, I have put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard). The recollection of my life (thus far) is coming out 6/6/23. Yes I know that 2×3=6. Although unintentional, having that as a release date suits me fine. If pre-ordering is your thing, you can do so on #amazon. If you are in the UK & want a signed edition, you can pre-order from Coles Books.”
You first heard about Geezer’s autobiograhpy through a tweet he posted on his Twitter account on April 6, 2022, “Just turned in the 1st draft of my book so I’m now thinking of titles. So far, I have: Into the Void, Basses Loaded, Past Forward, What The Butler Did, Bassic Instinct. Feel free to send me which of those you think would suit my #autobiography”.
Geezer is the third member of the original Black Sabbath lineup to release an autobiography. Ozzy’s released his memoir, “I Am Ozzy”, on January 25, 2010. It debuted #2 on the New York Times’ “Hardcover Nonfiction” best-seller list. And guitarist Tony Iommi’s memoir, “Iron Man: My Journey Through Heaven And Hell With Black Sabbath”, was released in hardback in November 2011. It landed at position #35 on the New York Times’ “Hardcover Nonfiction” best-sellers list.
Do you think Geezer’s book will fare as well as Ozzy & Tony’s books did?