Black Sabbath's new album '13' appears to be doing well (has anyone here heard it yet?):
Veteran band Black Sabbath have topped the charts with their new album, 43 years after the band last made it to number one.
The heavy metal band have set a UK chart record for the longest gap between No 1 albums, overtaking Rod Stewart who set a similar record last month.
Lead singer Ozzy Osbourne said it was great to have beaten Stewart but added: "Rod's the same as us. We've got something other people haven't got. It's all manufactured bullshit these days. But the likes of Rod and Elton John and us have got something different. We know our craft."
Black Sabbath last hit the top spot with Paranoid in 1970 and new album 13 is the first studio album to feature original members Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler for 35 years.