Originally released in 1972, Vol. 4 is the fourth album by British heavy metal legends Black Sabbath. The release was initially titled Snowblind in reference to the many tracks centered around drug use which was running rampant in the band at the time of the recording. Vol. 4 also found the band expanding upon their trademark sound with the tracks "Wheels of Confusion," "Tomorrow's Dream" and "Changes," while still offering up classic Sabbath fair like the ultra-heavy "Supernaut."
Vol. 4 was released in September 1972, and while most critics of the era were dismissive of the album, it achieved gold status in less than a month, and was the band's fourth consecutive release to sell 1 million copies in the United States.
Wheels Of Confusion
St. Vitus' Dance
Under The Sun