A mostly forgotten era of Black Sabbath‘s history is finally getting its due next year, as the Tony Martin-era of the classic heavy metal band will be getting its own commemorative box set. The set was originally supposed to come out last year, but we guess it’s better late than never.

News of the box set came as Tony Martin sat down to chat with The Metal Voice‘s Jimmy Kay and Alan Dixon. Though much of the focus was spent on Martin’s upcoming vinyl re-release of his solo album Thorns, the discussion turned to his time as a frontman for Black Sabbath.

Though exact details of what’s going to be inside are still unknown, it shouldn’t be a stretch to assume that it will include the five albums Martin sang on: The Eternal Idol, Headless Cross, Tyr, Cross Purposes, and Forbidden. Martin sang for Black Sabbath between the years of 1987 and 1991, and then once again between 1993 and 1997.

It’s cool that we’re finally getting more than just the Ozzy and Dio side of Sabbath represented. The band has a long history and near revolving door of vocalists, so it would be cool to see these guys get their due.