The longtime bassist for the groundbreaking rock outfit Dark Sabbath, Terence “Geezer” Butler was created July 17, 1949, in Birmingham, Britain. As a teenager he produced his first music group, Rare Reed, with schoolmate John “Ozzy” Osbourne; in nov 1967, both reunited within the blues quartet Polka Tulk, which also highlighted guitarist Tony Iommi and drummer Costs Ward. After briefly re-christening themselves Globe, the foursome followed the Dark Sabbath moniker in early 1969, borrowing the name from a melody compiled by Butler, a disciple of occult novelist Dennis Wheatley. While Dark Sabbath’s self-titled 1970 debut laid the foundations because of their deafening, sludgy hard rock and roll strike, the follow-up Paranoid was their innovative and commercial discovery, offering four-million copies within the U.S. by itself on the effectiveness of enthusiast favorites like “Battle Pigs,” “Iron Man,” as well as the name monitor; though Osbourne was the band’s center point, Butler composed the music’ lyrics, sketching intensely upon his desire for the dark arts to explore continuing themes of loss of life and destruction. Through the last mentioned fifty percent of the 1970s, Dark Sabbath’s reputation dwindled, and in 1979 Butler briefly still left the music group; his go back to the lineup coincided with Osbourne’s departure, even though group continuing on with brand-new frontman Ronnie Adam Dio. Butler once again exited in middle-1984, developing the Geezer Butler Music group before reuniting with Osbourne in 1987. Butler re-joined Sabbath for 1992’s Dehumanizer, but once again quit the group 2 yrs later on; after another fling with Osbourne, he shaped G/Z/R, issuing Plastic material World in 1995. The single Dark Science adopted in 1997.