Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler have accomplished plenty in the 45 years they've been working at their craft as Black Sabbath, but they've only received one GRAMMY Award before tonight.
The trio made a pit stop on the red carpet at the 2014 GRAMMYs to talk to Ozzy's son, Fuse News correspondent Jack Osbourne, about the success they achieved with their latest album, 13.
"It's amazing all the success that's happened with this album," Iommi confesses. Their 19th (!) studio album gave Sabbath its first-ever No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200.
"[Heavy metal] has always been overlooked as an established form of music," Osbourne continued. "But it's as established as any other."
Black Sabbath received its only previous GRAMMY Award in 2000, earning Best Metal Performance for their single "Iron Man." But they got to take home some new heavy metal tonight–the trio won Best Metal Performance again for "God Is Dead?" and have two other nominations for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album.
Check out the full interview above, which includes details of Sabbath's upcoming 2014 world tour, and keep up with the rest of Fuse's GRAMMY coverage.