Backstage during the Grammy festivities, Black Sabbath dropped tantalizing hints that more original music might be forthcoming in the not-too-distant future. Rolling Stone reports that when asked about potential recording projects, frontman Ozzy Osbourne said, “We’re going back on the road. We haven’t really spoken about it beyond that. I’m down for it.” “Absolutely,” said guitarist Tony Iommi, echoing the same sentiment. Osbourne went on to add that he, Iommi and Geezer Butler came together to record 13, their reunion album, because they realized they were “were running out of time.” “We were getting on a bit,” said Osbourne, who’s 65. “It's now or never." Added Iommi, "We were all into it. This time everything fell into place and it felt great." Sabbath was awarded the Grammy for “Best Metal Performance” for their single, “God is Dead?” The trophy marked the second instance in which they’ve won a Grammy in that category.