Day of Errors, Bill Ward of Black Sabbath’s current band has booked a brief tour of the west coast for later this year. All dates are below. Day of Errors continues to support Ward’s’ 2015 self-released album Accountable Beasts.
Day of Errors also announced a lineup change, with bassist/vocalist Nick Diltz leaving and former Kill Devil Hill singer Jason “Dewey” Bragg coming in on vocals. The band is rounded out by Joe Amodea on guitar/vocals. Ward formed the band after Black Sabbath left him out of their “The End Farewell Tour”, amid accusations that he couldn’t tour due to poor health, which proved not to be the case. Sabbath completed their farewell tour earlier this year, but have not ruled out one-off shows in the future. You can keep up with all of Ward’s activities which includes purchasing music, his podcasts, and his artwork at http://www.billward.com.
Speaking exclusively to Ghost Cult in 2016, Ward discussed Day of Errors
“I also have a trio – a rock trio… I’m playing drums. I have a life as a drummer. I need to exist as a drummer in a band. So I created the trio so I can go ahead and play wherever I can in the world and still perform as a drummer.”
“I just don’t roll over because somebody said I couldn’t play anymore. I couldn’t believe some of the statements about me – ‘Bill can’t play anymore’ or whatever. That’s simply not the truth. That’s just what somebody said but in my life or my reality, I haven’t stopped playing. I continue to play, so I formed a trio. You’ll probably be hearing about that relatively soon.”