Two of Black Sabbath‘s best releases with Ronnie James Dio behind the mic will be getting the special edition reissue treatment next month, as it seems like the metal world is reminiscing about the larger than life frontman.

Both Heaven and Hell and Mob Rules will get newly remastered versions, each with additional tracks of rare and unreleased music. Dio joined Sabbath back in 1979 after Ozzy was ousted from the group and remained the band’s frontman until 1982. He did go on to record another album with Sabbath, Dehumanizer, but that one came out roughly a decade later.

As for these reissues, Heaven and Hell: Deluxe Edition will be available on November 4, while Mob Rules: Deluxe Edition will be available two weeks later on November 18. If you’d like, you can get your hands on a preorder of both albums today via BMG.

HEAVEN AND HELL: DELUXE EDITION

2-CD Track Listing

Disc One: Original Album (2021 Remaster)

Disc Two: Bonus Tracks

Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT (August 10, 1980)

Hammersmith Odeon, London (Dec 31, 1981- Jan 2, 1982)

2-LP Track Listing

Side One

Side Two

Side Thee

Side Four

MOB RULES: DELUXE EDITION

2-CD Track Listing

Disc One: Original Album (2021 Remaster)

Bonus Tracks

Live At The Hammersmith Odeon London (31/12/81 – 2/1/82)

Live At Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, April 22, 1982

Disc Two: Bonus Tracks

Live At Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR, April 22, 1982

2-LP Track Listing

Side One

Side Two

Side Three

Side Four

Live At The Hammersmith Odeon London (31/12/81 – 2/1/82)