As we anticipate the next flip of the system and the new yr it will bring, it's time to get unhappy around 2017. We've already chronicled some of the WTF moments of the year and now we're looking back on some of the large events that happened in the woman's doctor and metal sphere over these 365 days. The year started off on a daunting note as the world waved goodbye to Black Sabbath as they trekked around the globe with their metal-spawning hymns one last time.
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