Video: Italians Sing Black Sabbath's 'War Pigs' During COVID-19 Lockdown, Netizens Divided

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Amid coronavirus outbreak, a recent video surfaced online in which people can be heard singing the first verse of Black Sabbath’s 1970 classic War Pigs.

Written By Bhavya Sukheja | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Italy has seen the worst impact of coronavirus as the virus has infected more than 41,000 people and also claimed nearly 3,400 lives in the country. In a bid to contain the virus, the Italian government has imposed a nationwide lockdown, however, Italians are not letting their spirits down. Amid the lockdown, several videos of Italian singing songs from their balconies have surfaced online. 

Italians singing War Pigs

A recent video surfaced online in which people can be heard singing the first verse of Black Sabbath’s 1970 classic War Pigs. Similarly, a bunch of videos have also surfaced online of people performing or singing music from their balconies, and now it has led to a new meme format. The edited Black Sabbath video, however, has taken the internet by storm. 

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The video shared by the official page of Black Sabbath has already received more than 789,000 views. The video has also garnered almost 37,000 likes and thousands of comments. One user even wrote, “Sad this is a stunt because in the circumstances War Pigs is precisely the right track”. 

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Here are more edited videos which have surfaced online,

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